Aspects of Current Australian English

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The current study provides a complete phonetic description of sounds in Australian English. The study depends on data from earlier published works on consonants, vowels, syllable structure, and lexical stress in Australian English. The different aspects of speech sound such as phonation, respiration, consonant articulation, voicing, and vowel production are analyzed based on their historical development. Multiple segments from an Australian movie have been used to acquire the data for this article. An acoustic evaluation was completed similarly to the aural transcription. Various kinds of software programs have been used. As formerly indicated, noise and history tracks had been taken under consideration at the same time as choosing audio recordings for transcription. Facilitating the historical development of the language accent in Australia, it has been observed that the British immigrants played a large part in influencing the language being spoken and the way words are pronounced.