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Ever thought how confusing the Aussie language/slang can be? Try hosting overseas students, and you’ll soon realise how confused they become. They constantly search their conversion dictionary and look at you in total bewilderment. They look a little tired after a long day of activities, and you ask them if they would like to hop on the bed for a quick nap? Time for a freshen up, and you suggest they jump in the shower. Bedtime and you suggest they can now hop into bed. Your guest has to meet the rest of the group the next day, and you suggest to the other hosts and guests that you can pick them up and run them down. If that doesn’t suit, you might have to catch a bus. You tell them you’ll make them sangers for lunch tomorrow. Tomorrow arvo you’ll pack your togs and grab your thongs and head to the pool followed by a barbie. I’ll grab some snags and other tucker. I might even grab a chook.

Brekky will be served at seven. Watch the road rules ‘cause the coppers might be round, and they’ll give ya heaps. You looked stuffed tonight. Your friends are staying with our friends out at whoop whoop. Grab a cardie because it might cool off. The mind boggles. They wonder how they will hop up all those stairs to bed, why we would want them to jump while showering, hop on their bed, terrified that we are going to lift them up then throw them in front of a vehicle, how on earth they can run fast enough to catch a bus. They can’t find sangers in their dictionary so think it might be better to starve, arvo and togs also aren’t in the dictionary and why would you grab your thongs, strangle a chook and bring your barbie dolls. Useless Aussie information to confuse our visitors.

“They can’t find sangers in their dictionary so think it might be better to starve”

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Ever thought how confusing the Aussie language/slang can be? Try hosting overseas students, and you’ll soon realise how confused they become. They constantly search their conversion dictionary and look at you in total bewilderment. They look a little tired after a long day of activities, and you ask them if they would like to hop on the bed for a quick nap? Time for a freshen up, and you suggest they jump in the shower. Bedtime and you suggest they can now hop into bed. Your guest has to meet the rest of the group the next day, and you suggest to the other hosts and guests that you can pick them up and run them down. If that doesn’t suit, you might have to catch a bus. You tell them you’ll make them sangers for lunch tomorrow. Tomorrow arvo you’ll pack your togs and grab your thongs and head to the pool followed by a barbie. I’ll grab some snags and other tucker. I might even grab a chook.

Brekky will be served at seven. Watch the road rules ‘cause the coppers might be round, and they’ll give ya heaps. You looked stuffed tonight. Your friends are staying with our friends out at whoop whoop. Grab a cardie because it might cool off. The mind boggles. They wonder how they will hop up all those stairs to bed, why we would want them to jump while showering, hop on their bed, terrified that we are going to lift them up then throw them in front of a vehicle, how on earth they can run fast enough to catch a bus. They can’t find sangers in their dictionary so think it might be better to starve, arvo and togs also aren’t in the dictionary and why would you grab your thongs, strangle a chook and bring your barbie dolls. Useless Aussie information to confuse our visitors.

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“They can’t find sangers in their dictionary so think it might be better to starve”