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[Reading] ➼ Australian Slang By David Tuffley – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk Welcome to Aussie Slang a richly textured often ribald world of understatement and laconic humour This guide aims to do three things; a to help the traveller decipher what they hear around them in eveReading Australian Slang By David Tuffley Cutabovebarberagencycouk Welcome to Aussie Slang a richly textured often ribald world of understatement and laconic humour This guide aims to do three things; a to help the traveller decipher what they hear around them in eve Welcome to Aussie Slang a richly textured often ribald world of understatement and laconic humour This guide aims to do three things; a to help the traveller decipher what they hear around them in everyday Australian life b give the casual reader some insight into informal Australian culture and c make a record of some old Australian expressions that are slipping into disuse now that English has become a global language Readers will recognize both British and American terms in this list Australian English has absorbed much from these two great languages For depth of knowledge of their own language no body beats the British Its their language after all A thousand years in the making the English language is embedded deep in the DNA of the British No one uses their language skilfully than they do On the other hand American English has a creative power that recognizes no boundaries Americans have taken a very good all purpose language and extended it in all kinds of directions with ne

W words describing the world as it is today They do not generally cling to old forms out of respect for tradition As Winston Churchill observed Britain and America two great nations divided by the same language Australian English sits comfortably in the space between the two Australian English began in the early days of settlement as English English with a healthy dash of Celtic influence from the many Scots Irish and Welsh settlers who came to Australia Large numbers of German settlers also came in the ’sand their influence on the language is also clearly evident For over a hundred years Australia developed in splendid isolation its uniue blend of English tempered by the hardships of heat and cold deluge and drought bushfires and cyclones The harsh environment united people in a common struggle to survive People helped each other Strong communitarian loyalties were engendered It is from this that the egalitarian character of Australia evolved There is a strong emphasis on building a feeling of solidarity with others Strangers will call each other mate or luv in a tone of voice ordinarily reserved for close friends and family in other parts of the world Everyone was from somewhere else and no one was better than anyone else A strong anti authoritarian attitude beca

australian pdf slang kindle Australian Slang eBookW words describing the world as it is today They do not generally cling to old forms out of respect for tradition As Winston Churchill observed Britain and America two great nations divided by the same language Australian English sits comfortably in the space between the two Australian English began in the early days of settlement as English English with a healthy dash of Celtic influence from the many Scots Irish and Welsh settlers who came to Australia Large numbers of German settlers also came in the ’sand their influence on the language is also clearly evident For over a hundred years Australia developed in splendid isolation its uniue blend of English tempered by the hardships of heat and cold deluge and drought bushfires and cyclones The harsh environment united people in a common struggle to survive People helped each other Strong communitarian loyalties were engendered It is from this that the egalitarian character of Australia evolved There is a strong emphasis on building a feeling of solidarity with others Strangers will call each other mate or luv in a tone of voice ordinarily reserved for close friends and family in other parts of the world Everyone was from somewhere else and no one was better than anyone else A strong anti authoritarian attitude beca

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