Yes, even for native English speakers, travels to Australia
can be confusing! Why is it so hard to order a drink? Is it true that
you lop off the last syllable and add an 'ee' on the end to almost
The WorldNomads.com Aussie slang Language Guide gives you enough
phrases to keep you travelling safely and get more from your holiday.
A screenshot from our Australian Slang language guide app for iPhone & iPod
Our FREE Australian language guides to download
If you just want the basics, try these on for size:
||Audio guide for any mp3 player or computer - FREE!|
Contains: 17 min language lesson.
Suitable for: iPod, Blackberry or any device able to play an mp3 file
Details: MP3 file, Size: 12.6 MB
Written Script: Download PDF of script here
||Free iPhone App|
Contains: 17 min language lesson, 230+ phrases
Suitable for: an iPhone or iPod touch
Details: Size: 13.7 MB, link goes to iTunes App Store
#1 free language Apps for iPhone
Over 2 million people have downloaded our audio language guides and now these great resources for travellers have been rebuilt for the iPhone
too. We're proud to say that MSNBC recently rated the WorldNomads.com language guide series the #1 freebie language App for iPhones. See their review here
Other languages in the series
These are just some of the 25 languages available. See whole the range
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