• Talking about holidays and free time, checking into a hotel, stating time and place, the days of the week

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    När serveras frukosten? Part 1

    to talk about different activities during your holiday adjectives in the indefinite plural

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    När serveras frukosten? Part 2

    some irregular adjectives

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    När serveras frukosten? Part 3

    useful words for checking into a hotel questions and statements with "några" and "inga" what "någon"/"något" and "ingen/inget" mean when used without a noun

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    När serveras frukosten? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons adjectives how to use "några" and "inga"

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    Du bor i rum nummer 23.

    useful phrases to use at a hotel reception desk

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    I kväll kommer barnbarnen! Part 1

    to say when and where you're doing something word order in positive and negative statements word order with indicators of time and place

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    I kväll kommer barnbarnen! Part 2

    to speak about school word order in questions where to place "inte" in questions

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    I kväll kommer barnbarnen! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons word order in statements word order in questions

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    Swedish Pronunciation: Letter Combinations "gn" and "ng"

    how to pronounce "gn" and "ng" in different words

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    Jag brukar spela tennis. Part 1

    the days of the week how to use "på" when talking about time and habits

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    Jag brukar spela tennis. Part 2

    to say what you do in your free time some words for activities the modal verb "brukar" word order with two verbs

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    Jag brukar spela tennis. Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons how to use "på" when talking about weekdays the modal verb "brukar" word order with more than one verb

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