Learn How to Communicate Down Under with The Traveler's Guide to Australian Slang
10/08/2010

Australia Souvenir Gift Shop would like to teach visitors how to speak Australian. Travelers no longer need to fear the local vernacular, as The Traveler's Guide to Australian Slang will explain it all.

Online PR News – 08-October-2010 – – The Australia Souvenir Gift Shop recognizes that although English is a language known to many, the Australian variant has infused so many slangs over the years that a visitor might find it difficult to communicate smoothly with an Aussie native. Although the English language has been steadily absorbing a multitude of idiomatic expressions, the enrichment that the language has received in Australia is truly unique, and to completely appreciate its nuances, it helps to understand Australian slang. The Australia Souvenir Gift Shop is the perfect partner for those who want to develop a deeper appreciation for all things Aussie, as they not only offer Gifts Australia, but they also provide a free downloadable guide to Australian slang.

The 79 page guide is carefully crafted to give the readers a comprehensive understanding of what Aussies may be trying to communicate. Whether the visitor is out having a drinking in one of the local watering holes or shopping in any one of Australia's malls or taking the sights in at one of Australia's world renowned natural parks, an understanding of how the locals intersperse slang into their lingo will most definitely help the visitor appreciate what is being said, and avoid any misunderstanding. After all, being called a soft touch isn't necessarily a bad thing, while being described as one who spits blood is a definite signal to shut it.

Visiting the Australia Souvenir Gift Shop is like taking a trip down under and shopping at all the gift shops in Australia combined. But with the Australia Souvenir Gift Shop, everything is brought together in one place for you. It is a one stop shop for everything Aussie that you could think of. There are items to commemorate Australia Day, which commemorates the day in 1788 when the first fleet arrived at Sydney Cove. Australia Day is commemorated every 26th of January, and the Australia Souvenir Gift Shop allows you to celebrate in style by offering you flags, slouch hats, an assortment of Koalas and Kangaroos, and even a hot looking string bikini, decorated with the Aussie flag.

One does not need to be a Australian to appreciate Aussie stuff. The Australia Souvenir Gift Shop allows anyone to pick up a piece of the Aussie culture, in neat little packages. There is an area for souvenirs under 5 USD, a wide selection of Kangaroo and Koala plush toys, boomerangs, stickers, pillows, and more. You want to wear your souvenir? No worries, as the Australia Souvenir Gift Shop offers a great selection of jackets, T-shirts, boxer shorts, hot bikinis, hats, caps, flip-flops or thongs as the Aussies like to call them, and even baby's boots and temporary tattoos.

There are loads of other souvenirs as well, so visitors are sure to find something pleasing: bags, jewelry, kitchen items, gift collections and even office souvenirs round out the offering at the Australia Souvenir Gift Shop. Collectively, the gifts are a good representation of all things Aussie, sometimes whimsical and sometimes profound. One of their best gifts, of course, is free. "Do give yourself the gift of Aussie Slang by picking up our free Australian Slang eBook, The Traveler's Guide to Australian Slang. Then, the next time you go walkabout down under, people won't think that you're not the full quid," says Jamie with a smile. Jamie works at the Australia Souvenir Gift Shop and along with her associates, are ready to help you with your Aussie souvenirs.

About:
The Australia Souvenir Gift Shop (owned and managed by Australia Souvenir PTY. LTD) is a unique and unforgettable online souvenir shop that features the traditional artworks of Australian Aborigines. We offer premium souvenirs which are unique, hand-made and painted with care, skill, and precision in the traditional native art designs of the aboriginal indigenous peoples of Australia. We have a variety of collectible items that will surely stand out among your most treasured souvenirs of your travels. Our products are distinctive and exceptional gift items that are not only works of art but also timeless reminders of a unique culture and traditional way of life.

Contact:
Jamie
(site) http://www.australiasouvenir.com/
(email) mail@australiasouvenir.com
(voice) +61 2 8079 5888