Swedish Pronouns

Swedish Pronouns Learning the Swedish Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Swedish pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of [...]

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Swedish Pronouns – Subject and Object Pronouns in Swedish 

Swedish Subject and Object Pronouns jag I mig (mej) me du you (singular) dig (dej) you han he honom him hon she henne her den it (with en words) den it det it (with ett words) det it man one en one vi we oss us ni you (plural) er you de (dom) they dem (dom) them Swedish Nouns and Cases Nouns in Swedish have two genders, common and neuter, which adjectives must agree with when modifying nouns. These genders are signified [...]

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Swedish Days of the Week and Months of the Year

Swedish Days of the Week / Veckansdagar Monday måndag Tuesday tisdag Wednesday onsdag Thursday torsdag Friday fredag Saturday lördag Sunday söndag day dag morning morgon afternoon eftermiddag evening afton (before 6 pm) / kväll night natt today idag tomorrow imorgon day after tomorrow i övermorgon tonight ikväll yesterday igår day before yesterday i förrgår last night igår natt week vecka weekend helg daily daglig weekly veckolig To say "on" a certain day, use på before the day. Swedish Months of the Year January januari February februari March mars April april May maj June juni July juli August augusti September september October oktober November november December december month månad year år monthly månatlig / varje månad yearly årlig To say "in" a [...]

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Swedish Pronouns

Swedish Subject and Object Pronouns jag I mig (mej) me du you (singular) dig (dej) you han he honom him hon she henne her den it (with en words) den it det it (with ett words) det it man one en one vi we oss us ni you (plural) er you de (dom) they dem (dom) them Swedish Subject and Object Pronouns Man can be translated as one, we, they or the people in general.  When referring to nouns as it, you [...]

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Swedish Nouns

Swedish Nouns, Articles, and Demonstratives Swedish Nouns and Cases   Nouns in Swedish have two genders, common and neuter, which adjectives must agree with when modifying nouns. These genders are signified by the indefinite articles: en and ett. In the vocabulary lists, a [...]

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Swedish Vocabulary

Swedish Numbers 0 noll 1 Ett 2 Två 3 Tre 4 Fyra 5 Fem 6 Sex 7 Sju 8 Åtta 9 Nio 10 Tio 11 Elva 12 Tolv 13 Tretton 14 Fjorton 15 Femton 16 Sexton 17 Sjutton 18 Arton 19 Nitton 20 Tjugo 21 Tjugoett 22 Tjugotvå 30 Trettio 40 Fyrtio 50 Femtio 60 Sextio 70 Sjuttio 71 Sjuttioett 79 Sjuttionio 80 Åttio 81 Åttioett 89 Åttionio 90 Nittio 91 Nittioett 99 Nittionio 100 Hundra Names of European Countries in Swedish Svenska — Engelska Albanien — Albania Belgien — Belgium England — England Frankrike — France Irland — Ireland Island — Iceland Italien — Italy Kroatien — Croatia Nordirland — Northern Ireland Österrike — Austria Polen — Poland Portugal — Portugal Rumänien — Romania Ryssland — Russia Schweiz — Switzerland Slovakien — [...]

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Swedish Essential Vocabulary

Swedish Days of the Week / Veckans dagar Monday måndag Tuesday tisdag Wednesday onsdag Thursday torsdag Friday fredag Saturday lördag Sunday söndag day dag morning morgon afternoon eftermiddag evening afton (before 6 pm) / kväll night natt today idag tomorrow imorgon day after tomorrow i övermorgon tonight ikväll yesterday igår day before yesterday i förrgår last night igår natt week vecka weekend helg daily daglig weekly veckolig Swedish Months of the Year / Årets månader January januari February februari March mars April april May maj June juni July juli August augusti September september October oktober November november December december month månad year år monthly månatlig / varje månad yearly årlig To say "in" a certain month, use i before the [...]

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Swedish is easy

Swedish is easy to learn                  Swedish is a North Germanic language with around 9 million speakers mainly in Sweden and Finland, and also in Estonia, Norway, Canada and the USA. It is closely related to Norwegian and Danish and is mutually [...]

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