The "Land Down Under" or good old "Blighty." Two very different places, but if you think about it, Australia has its origins as a country thanks to the United Kingdom, even if they used it as a penal colony at first.
And as is the case with every country, each has their own unique sayings... their own slang, if you will. The Merriam-Webster dictionary describes slang as "an informal nonstandard vocabulary composed typically of coinages, arbitrarily changed words, and extravagant, forced, or facetious figures of speech." Basically, it's colloquial speech for a specific region.
So just how much slang do you know from the United Kingdom and Australia? Well, no doubt you would have heard the saying "shrimp on the barbie." That's about the most cliche Australian slang there is. What about in the United Kingdom? Someone might invite you around for a "fag and a cuppa" - that's tea and a smoke if you didn't know.
But what other U.K. and Australian slang terms would you be able to pick out? In this quiz, you need to tell us where each slang term is used - either "Down Under" or in "Blighty"! This will put you to the test, but by the end of it, you will be an expert in slang from these two regions.