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A KSST Intern’s Trip To Australia Part 1

This KSST intern, Savannah Owens, took a trip to Australia this Summer.
Stay tuned for more articles containing more information about what all I learned!
How to talk like an Australian:
Australian Word-Meaning
1. Aborigines-Indigenous Peoples of Australia
Aboriginal people of Australia
2. Aussie (pronounced “Ozzie”) -Australian
3. Barbie-Barbecue

4. Brekkie/Brekky-Breakfast

Brekkie

5. Brolly-Umbrella

6. Bush-Country side

7. Chemist-Pharmacy

chemist

8. Chips-French Fries

Chips

9. Chook-Chicken

10. Donner-Lamb

11. Footy-Australian Rules Football, Soccer, and Rugby

Australian Rules Football

12. Hungry Jack’s-Burger King

hungry jacks

13. Jumper-Sweater

14. Lemonade-Sprite

schweppes_lemonade

15. Lolly-Candy

16. Macca’s-McDonald’s

Maccas

17. Mains-Entree

18. Mate-Friend

19. Nibbles-Appetizers

20.Outback-Desert

outback

21. Pram-Stroller

pram

22. Tomato Sauce-Ketchup

23. Trolley Cart -Grocery Cart

24. Take Away-To Go

25.  Sunnies-Sunglasses

**Bonus**
26. Zed-The letter “Z”
(Example: If a girl was named Zoey and She was to spell out her name she’d say “Zed, O, E, Y”)

Author: Savannah Owens

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