Australian slang is quite tricky to get the hang of, but no worries mate, Margot Robbie has got your back.
The Australian accent originated after a mixture of European settlers in 1788 arrived in Botany Bay. This combination of European accents lead to the birth of the Australian accent and therefore, over time, created their own slang as any other country in the world.
Margot Robbie, as you probably guessed, is an Australian actress and film producer. Her most iconic roles include Naomi Lapaglia in The Wolf Of Wall Street and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad.
Margot Robbie teamed up with the YouTube giant, Vanity Fair, and published a video which expresses Margot Robbie's roots. The video shows Margot Robbie teach the world the best Australian slang words and phrases!
The Australian culture expressed their love for sunny weather, unique wildlife, the beach, beer and a fantastic shrimp on the barbeque!
Some Australian slang we learn in the video below includes: "Hard Yakka" which means hard work. "Thong" which is not what we think it means, it actually means slippers! And "Chuck A Sickie" which means calling in sick.
Regardless of whether or not you are familiar with some of these Australian slang words and phrases, you have to admit that it is really expressive and pretty cool as well.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Vanity Fair, on Margot Robbie Teaches Australian Slang.