14 Best Books to Learn Swedish for Beginners & Beyond

You’ve decided to learn Swedish, and now you need to know what to do next. First of all, congratulations on coming to the right place! What you need is a variety of resources for learning Swedish and a great place to start is books. Not just any books, though. There are both effective and garbage … Read more

Learn Swedish: 40+ Apps, Podcasts, Books & Online Courses

So you want to learn Swedish? You’ll be aware by now there are many ways of going about it. This article will help you fine-tune your learning style, give you the best available resources and methods to get you fluent in Swedish, and provide you with tips along the way. We’re here to help. We’ve … Read more

14 Best Apps to Learn Swedish Right Now [2021]

Did you know that in Sweden, the most popular language to learn on Duolingo is Swedish? Swedish is spoken only by around 10 million people, but there are thousands more who want to add their names to the list. One of the ways you can do so is by downloading some apps to learn Swedish … Read more

Days of the Week, Months and Seasons in Swedish

The biggest insult a Swede can hurl at you is “tidsoptimist” (time-optimist). And if Sweden had a love language, it’d be time. So in this article, we’re going to learn vital Swedish time-related vocabulary. Everything from months, seasons and days in Swedish to other odd things you should be aware of. For instance, you’ll also … Read more

100+ Swedish Words and Phrases You Need to Master

Interested in learning Swedish but can’t find a Swede to help you? Let us be your guide! There are plenty of reasons why you’d want to get a handle on Swedish, but finding a good place to begin can be tricky. To help you out, we’ve put together more than 100 of the most common … Read more

How to Say Hello in Swedish and 19 Other Swedish Greetings

There might be only one country where the natives prefer you to speak English rather than the native language. And that’s Sweden. It’s virtually impossible to learn Swedish by talking to Swedes. All because they’re so dang keen to show how great at English they are. Sigh. But fear not! As a half-Swede I can … Read more