• Shopping for clothes, describing cars and sports games, talking about dating and relationships, colours

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    Vill man vara fin, får man lida pin! Part 1

    to talk about buying a car to use "många" and "mycket"

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    Vill man vara fin, får man lida pin! Part 2

    to go clothes shopping the words for some colours and items of clothing the definite form of adjectives

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    Vill man vara fin, får man lida pin! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons "många" and "mycket" how to use adjectives in the definite form

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    Vill du ha ett grått eller vitt tyg? Part 1

    more colours and useful adjectives adjectives with irregular "ett"-forms

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    Vill du ha ett grått eller vitt tyg? Part 2

    to talk about sewing some adjectives that have irregular plural forms some unchanging adjectives

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    Vill du ha ett grått eller vitt tyg? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons irregular and unchanging adjectives

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    Jag letar efter en kavaj. Part 1

    to ask for help and say what you're looking for to describe clothing some more colours

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    Jag letar efter en kavaj. Part 2

    to go shopping in Swedish to ask for other sizes and colours … and review adjectives in the definite form

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    Jag letar efter en kavaj. Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons

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    Publiken jublar högt.

    to comment on a football game to describe "how" you're doing something some adverbs of manner

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    Vad tycker du? Part 1

    to talk about your relationship status the verbs "att tycka", "att tänka", and "att tro"

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    Vad tycker du? Part 2

    more words for discussing romantic relationships to form subordinate clauses with "att"

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    Vad tycker du? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous lessons how to use the verbs "att tycka", "att tänka", and "att tro" subordinate clauses with "att"

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