Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Sydney!
Did you know that there is an Austrian English that is used in Australia on a daily basis?
When I first heard it, I didn’t understand what it was saying, but when I looked into it, I found out something very interesting.
For those of you who are planning to come to Australia, I’m going to introduce you to some of the most famous Austrian English!
If you can use it well in your daily life, you will definitely be surprised by the locals!
I experienced language study in Sydney for a year starting in 2018. Now I’m writing a blog about that experience.
By reading this post, you’ll get to know about Austrian English!
Does Australian using American English? British English?
As it turns out, Australia is based on British English.
However, due to its multiculturalism, there is also some American English mixed in, making it a great country for those who want to study both types of English.
For example, if you are in a hamburger shop, you would use “take out” in American English, but in Australia, you would use “take away” in British English.
On the other hand, in Australia, they often use the American word “subway” to refer to the subway.
In Australia, there is a mixture of British and American English.
Also, local people tend not to pronounce with their mouths open very much, so it may be difficult to understand if you are new to the language.
Five basic conversational phrases in Austrian English!
How are ya going?
How are you doing? It is often used as a greeting.
It’s easy to use and can be used by anyone regardless of age.
When I was attending a language school, I was often told this by passing teachers (lol).
It’s a useful phrase that can be used in any situation of the day!
How are you doing? It’s a casual phrase.
It is sometimes abbreviated to G’day.
It’s a phrase you’ll hear all over the city in Australia.
If you can use it in a natural way, Australians will surprise it!
This phrase can be used in a more casual manner than “no problem.
No worries! Don’t worry about it!
If you say this to an Australian, he or she will definitely be happy!
This is an abbreviation of “thank you” and is often used.
Austrian English is characterized by the use of abbreviated words, but this one is too short.
You can use it in a casual way, so if you get the chance, go ahead and use it!
It’s my shout
It’s often used in Australia to mean to buy someone a drink.
It’s my shout is often used in Australia to mean “I’ll buy you a drink.
It is not understood outside Australia, so be careful.
Aussie phrases commonly heard in daily life
Here’s a list of typical Austrian English words!
You can see how different they are.
|American English||Australian English|
|Burger king||Hungry Jack|
|A Cup of Tea||Cuppa|
There are many words that are different.
I think they are easier to pronounce than the original words.
If you’re going to Australia in the future, I think it would be useful to learn a few of them!
- Australia is derived from British English.
- Enjoy your life in Australia with these 5 conversation phrases!
- Words in Austrian English are often abbreviated.
I’ve introduced you to five conversational phrases you should know in Austrian English!
Please stay tuned for more information about Australia in the future.
Thank you for reading to the end!