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This is the podcast made by language learners, with language learners, for language learners. Each week we will teach you a new word or expression in Australian English and discuss the language elements to help you to learn English more rapidly. So, give it a crack and learn in a fun and enlightening way! Become a patreon - access to all content ad free: patreon.com/AustraliansTeachEnglish For all content and transcriptions go to: https://australiansteachenglish.com/subscription-plan/
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Thinking about moving to China and work as an English teacher, but uncertain where to begin? Or, already here, but having difficulties dealing with your daily life? Then this podcast is for you. It hopes to give you a current, comprehensive and objective view of the English-teaching environment in China. It also provides you with some practical pointers on how to better manage your job and life in the Middle Kingdom.
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Teaching English online can provide flexibility and freedom but it's often difficult to know how to get started. Listen weekly as host Antoine Cognard long-time English teacher, blogger and author shares his best insights to help you succeed teaching English online whether you're just starting out or you've been teaching for a while. If you want to know the secrets to finding a job, feeling confident and succeeding in teaching English online then this podcast is for you! Support this podcast ...
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Welcome back to the Australians Teach English Podcast for 2024. We're feeling a little bit cocky, which is funny, because that's the name of this episode. You might have noticed that the mascot is a white bird - he's actually a cockie or cocky. So, I thought it was about time to do an episode on cockies. And who better to talk about cockies than th…
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On this week's episode, we talk to a top sheila. Actually, she plays the role of many sheilas. You might know her as "themommyroves" on social media. Rovie is making a name for herself, publishing funny videos about her life in Australia, funny slang and situations that might sound strange for new immigrants to Australia. We talk to her about why s…
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In most episodes, we have a bit of a chinwag. But in this episode, it is the guest's specialty. Michellle is a proud first generation latina who excels at organising events for, and promoting the latin community. In this episode, we have a chinwag about her experiences growing up in Australia as first gen, and the challenges she has faced as being …
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I met Liah whilst spilling my guts in meme form about my life as a paraplegic. At the time, she was an intern on a spinal ward, and wanted to know what the experience was like, in order to gain a better perspective. Since then we have become good friends and the idea for this episode started. Liah has been able to spill her guts, and does so in thi…
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The Australian "no" is one of the first words that people notice as sounding different in Australian English. Demonstrating the Australian accent and the way we say, "no" has gone viral several times on social media. So, I decided to get the authority on Australian accents and voice coaching for the Australian accent, Amy Hume. Amy Hume works with …
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The story of Harold Holt is one of the weirdest pieces of Australian history. He was Prime Minister of Australia at the time he went missing in the ocean, creating a crisis in Australian politics. To talk about this weird history are the team from Weird Crap in Australia Podcast, Holly and Matthew Soal. We talk about the history of Harold Holt, and…
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Camila Inostrozo, better known as CamienAustralia, is an exceptionally funny, intelligent and vibrant young lady. She's extremely good value. She has a knack for being able to explain complex and difficult concepts about living in Australia, in an honest, simple and clear way to the Latin community in Australia. As such, she has developed a loyal f…
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In this episode, we talk to Daniela Castro about her life as a journo. Starting her career in Venezuela as a journalist was fraught with danger - as it often is in many parts of the world. She then began to look for options to pursue her career and other life options. It was almost by chance that she came to Australia and was able to apply for a pr…
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The expression, "Kangaroo Court", sounds like it should be an Australian expression. But is it? We put it on trial to investigate the origins of this expression. And who better to do this with, than Kevin Stroud, host of The History of English Podcast - mandatory listening for anyone interested in knowing the origins of the English language. A form…
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The Top End is a popular destination for everyone at this time of year. And with the demand for workers, it also attracts a lot of Working Holiday visa holders. But those looking to move to the top end at this time of year, are often disappointed to find that they can't find employment. One person who has done things right is my guest Maria. As soo…
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In this episode, we talk to one of my mate's girlfriends (or fiance) who is now preggers, or up the duff. In Australian English there are some not so nice ways of saying pregnant. But, luckily Emilia is a good sport and friend. So, we can talk about these themes. Speaking of which, it's an opportune time to talk about false friends as well. And fun…
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This episode is all about Australian food, and in particular, breakfast foods. And what better person to talk about this subject than a masterchef? In this episode we talk to Keyma Vasquez, who managed to reach the very final stages of Masterchef in 2022. Apart from that, her personal journey and her journey with food is fascinating in itself. We d…
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It's the 100th episode of the Australians Teach English podcast, and what better way to celebrate than with a shower beer? In this episode, we are joined by Abraham and Flo from Cachai Australia to help celebrate this milestone. We talk about how cultural oddities like drinking beer in the shower can help us to understand a culture and to integrate…
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For access to all exclusive content, and to have input on the creative process go to: patreon.com/AustraliansTeachEnglish Taking the piss is a national Australian pastime. It speaks to the natural informality of Australian English. We do it to ourselves, and anyone with or displaying any authority, This has both advantages and disadvantages for lea…
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This week we're launching our Patreon. So why don't you go and have a stickybeak over there? You'll find ad free and exclusive content and have a say in what you want from the show. We want you to be a stickybeak when it comes to us. Find our Patreon here: patreon.com/AustraliansTeachEnglish Or, you can access transcripts for our shows, here: https…
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In this episode, we talk to Reka, an Australian teacher in Japan who is a chip off the old block. She is the daughter of Hungarian parents and is now a world traveller in her own right - a real chip off the old block. In her journeys, she recalls relearning her heritage language, a generation out of step and the challenges that it brought. She shar…
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G'day youse guys out there in listener land. English is an unusual language in many ways. And one of those features is the fact that English doesn't use a second person plural in its formal language. That means there is no plural for "you". However, Australians have found an ingenious solution to this in informal settings and spoken language, hence…
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Have you considered, or are you considering migrating to Australia? Are you looking for residence or Australian citizenship? Perhaps you want to become a dinky di aussie. Then this episode is for you. I get a lot of requests about the best way to go about pursuing residency and citizenship in Australia, but I can't offer any advice apart from very …
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In this episode we explain a classic Australian expression about being thirsty. For much of my time in hospital I was not allowed to drink and unable to talk, so how was it that we can still communicate with fundamental components of language missing? We discuss plosives and how they are made, and why they can pose some challenges. We explore why n…
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Legends can be animals, fictional characters, famous people, or even your friends. Join us this week in the Australians Teach English podcast and explore with us some urban legends and more! In this episode we talk to Katherine and Irma, from Colombia and Mexico about some of the stereotypes and misconceptions that can arise from this. We compare i…
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One of the most common requests by students is that they want to become more, "fluent". But on a day to day basis, what does this actually mean and how can we set goals to achieve this mythical fluency? That's what this episode is about. And when we achieve a little step along the way, we might say "onya". In this episode I relate some of the time …
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In this episode recorded pre-accident, we talk to Gaby, a sports nutritionist and owner of Intense Eat Fit. She is as tough as old boots - as hard as nails. She came to Perth, Australia, to complete a master's degree in nutrition science and to continue her love of triathlons. As it turned out, she stayed for longer than this and decided to begin h…
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It has been a long time since I've uploaded an episode, and there is a very good reason why. Half way through last year I had a very serious accident which has left me paralysed from the chest down. I spent a total of nearly 5 months in hospital - of which 6 weeks were in intensive care. It could be said that I had Buckley's chance of getting back …
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A few weeks ago, we were meant to interview Isha and her partner, but she bailed. So this week were talk to Isha about her time and experiences in Australia. She had previously bailed from Canada and the United States, but not Australia. See why she now calls Australia home. We talk to her about why she decided on Australia, and the differences bet…
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G'day and welcome to this week's episode of the Australians Teach English podcast. Recently, I've been a little crook, which has made it a lot harder to upload and record episodes. So, Oriana and I thought it would be a good opportunity to talk about healthcare in Australia and what it means for you as a visitor to Australia. We will talk about hea…
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G'Day and welcome to another episode of the Australian's Teach English Podcast. Strangely enough, that's the topic for this week's episode! It's also very similar to an expression used in Frisian. And that's who we're speaking to in this episode - Jaring. Jaring is an exceptionally talented young man from the north of the Netherlands. Modest and ha…
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Do you know how to pronounce tough, though, night and through? Do you know why we pronounce these differently? It's difficult isn't it? Well, tough titties. And that brings us to our episode for this week, where we bring you this now quintessential Australian expression. At the same time we're going to help you pronounce some words with the "gh" sp…
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Each year in Australia, we celebrate and recognise Indigenous Australians during what we call "Reconciliation Week". In fact, this recognition continues to grow beyond this week, to raise awareness about the history and continued legacy issues relating to the first nations people of Australia. There are activities all around Australia to learn more…
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This week Australians go to the ballot box to choose their Federal Government. But how does it work? What makes Australia's system of government different to others, and why on Earth would Australians go and get a democracy sausage? Oriana and I talk about the structure of Australia's goverment, parliament and our system of voting. We also talk abo…
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Is it normal to get frustrated when learning a language? Do you say that you're going to give up and never try again? Maybe you've had a sooky la la. In this week's episode I talk about my experiences coming back to Australia and how I nearly didn't make it. I also talk about some of my experiences coming back to Australia and the sooky la las that…
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G'day and welcome to another episode of the Australians Teach English podcast. One of the most common peculiarities people find they arrive in Australia is the shortening of words, and particularly the names we give fast food restaurants. And one stands out - Maccas. So what better time to talk to someone about business in Australia. On this episod…
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G'day and kaya to our very first episode based on Australian soil. On the 25th of April, Australians and New Zealanders commemorate ANZAC Day. It is a very solemn day and some would argue that it is actually our most important national day. It is also a tradition to make ANZAC biscuits around this time. We talk to Maria Marta, an Argentine from Tuc…
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G'day and welcome to a very special episode. In fact, this is the last time our team will be in Argentina. After nearly 5 years of living in Buenos Aires, and two years of pandemic, I can finally return home. So this is the perfect opportunity to talk about one of the most complex ideas in language - the unreal (hypothetical) past. You will probabl…
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Footy season is well and truly upon us and it's time for us to learn some useful footy related Australian slang that you can use in everyday life! Maybe you're passionate about supporting one team - you can't see anything any other way. Maybe you like to bash the ump for his decisions, maybe you are a one-eyed supporter! In this episode we talk abo…
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Scarn on guys? Are you confused when someone says this to you? When does something sound different to how you think it should be said? What's going on with that? Ahhh. Now you get it. Scarn on is an Australian way of asking "what's going on"? This is an example of "elided" speech. You are probably already familiar with some examples such as fish n …
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How do people learn multiple languages? What tips and tricks do they use to get the most out of their learning? And what about the differences within languages themselves? These are all common questions language learners ask themselves and others when trying to learn. In this episode, we talk to one of our favourite polyglots, Anita, from Bhashakid…
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This is an extremely special episode, with one of our Ukrainian friends, Julia. With world events currently, it's hard to think of the right words to express ourselves. Luckily, and one of the positive aspects currently, is that there are many examples of exemplary human behaviour. This is especially so in Ukraine, where people are helping each oth…
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For transcripts, learning guides and members only content, join our club: https://australiansteachenglish.com/podcast-members-club/ Warnie, floods and pronunciation tips. It's our first episode of scarn on. And welcome to a preview of what our members and subscribers get each week. It's your place to ask questions, and clarify anything language rel…
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For transcripts, learning guides and members only content, join our club: https://australiansteachenglish.com/podcast-members-club/ Are you listening to us? Can you hear us? Are your ears painted on? On this week's episode, we're talking about listening skills. And how you can improve your listening skills. We are talking the difference between act…
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For transcripts, learning guides and members only content, join our club: https://australiansteachenglish.com/podcast-members-club/ Back by popular demand this week is our friend from The States, Jillian. She has recently entered Australia and during the show was in quarantine, having some quarantinis, making sure she didn't have the Rona. This mig…
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For more information, a transcript and learning guide, visit our members page: https://australiansteachenglish.com/podcast-members-club/ Hello everyone! Prepare to be bowled over by the benefits of learning another language and discover some cricket slang at the same time. On this episode, we go through some of the benefits of speaking more than on…
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For a transcript and learning guide for this episode, join our Podcast Members Club - https://australiansteachenglish.com/podcast-members-club/ In this episode, we are joined by Abraham, host of a latin american podcast based in Australia, called Cachai. He is also an international student and has a role in providing advice to prospective internati…
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EP 71 Bradbury For a transcript and learning guide of this episode, go here: https://australiansteachenglish.com/podcast-members-club/ It's the Winter Olympics, and there's only one Australianism that we can talk about - doing a Bradbury. In this episode, we talk to German about his experience in learning about Australian culture and English throug…
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Australia is renowned for it's variety of climate and landscapes. And along with this comes the ability to produce striking and wines of character. One particular wine that has an extremely good reputation in Australia is Cab Sav. It does extremely well in the coastal region of Margs. We have Jillian, a winemaker from the United States who travels …
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In this episode we talk about clothing culture in Australia, and not just any clothing. We're talking about thongs. It might raise an eyebrow but can you guess what type of clothing thongs actually are? Oriana and I talk about an unusual cultural behaviour in Australia and why this might have come about. We also talk about vocabulary you might need…
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We all know that Australia is full of wild and interesting animals. When people think of Australia, they think of venomous and dangerous animals. But many visitors to Australia are shocked by animals they had never thought of before. They're seemingly attacked from above! Swooping is often the first challenge against nature that visitors often face…
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Welcome to the new year and the time for thinking about our goals and objectives. I'm sure you've been getting an earbashing from others, and yourselves, about different things to achieve for this year. One goal might be to improve to your language skills. And we're here to give you a good earbashing about it. After earbashing her for several weeks…
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Welcome to our last episode for 2021. We're coming to you from the G. It is the festive season, Christmas time in Australia, but there is only one religious event that matters to Australians. That is the pilgrimage on Boxing Day to the G. Australia is known for its love of sports, and Melbourne the world capital of sport. And the G is the centre of…
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In this weeks episode, we talk about one of Australia's most beautiful, and most sought after holiday destination. We're talking about "Margs". That's right, we're going down south this week to talk about this magical place that so many people fall in love with. And well, what better way to talk about this, is with someone who did fall in love with…
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In this episode we talk about the upcoming Ashes series and Australia's rivalry with the poms. This might as well be another language for a lot of listeners, but we can assure you, to people in Australia and England it is deadly serious. Of course we are talking about sport. And one sport dominates Australia in summer - cricket. So, we have Prash b…
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