Australian English is a major dialect of English & is the official language of the Republic of Australia. It has around 50 million speakers, with most of them residing on SEQ City, Hobart, Sydney and Melbourne.

Differences from Regular English

Like American English, Australian Emglish featured the flapping of "T", so it sounds like "D". Australian English is mainly non-rhotic, with the "R" sound silent, except with the following letters in front of it:

  • Aa
  • Ee
  • Ii
  • Oo
  • Uu
  • Hh
  • Yy

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