Accent's a positive for Australian actors -- except when talking strine
There are 1 comment on the The Sydney Morning Herald story from Aug 3, 2013, titled Accent's a positive for Australian actors -- except when talking strine. In it, The Sydney Morning Herald reports that:
A wise man once wrote that Australians are defined not so much by their thongs as by their diphthongs - their way of flip-flopping a single vowel into three separate sounds, so that "so" becomes "sah-oh-oo" and "now" becomes "nee-ah-oo".
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#1 Aug 4, 2013
This topic needs to be trolled. We're waiting for that Indian poster from London. Fire away.
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