Posted April 10, 2019 09:57:58In this article, we’ll look at the different ways of pronouncing the word ‘dango’, as well as the different pronunciations of the ‘roo’.
For instance, ‘dao’ is a more casual word, meaning ‘to fall off the edge of the cliff’, while ‘dah’ is more ‘serious’, meaning ‘one of the people’.’
Dang’ is used in more formal contexts, such as in the word for ‘boy’, but is also often used to mean ‘to hit or strike’, which can be heard in many of the popular music videos and news articles that feature the phrase.’
Doo’ is also used in a more formal context, meaning, ‘to do something that should not be done’, and is used for ‘to say something that one should not do’, or to make a statement that is not true.
To find out which words use which pronunciants, check out this handy dictionary that includes examples of common words and phrases in Australian speech.
You can use Google Translate to help you find words or phrases that you can easily understand.
The dictionary also has a video that shows how to pronounce ‘dingo’ and some examples of Australian slang, such, ‘sausage’, ‘santas’ and more.
For a fun video on Australian slang in general, check this out.