The next steps: understanding the time, ordering at a restaurant, reserving a hotel room and going shopping. Learn all the expressions you need as well as grammar and pronunciation for level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
to make arrangements the days of the week the auxiliary verb "bruka"
more vocabulary for making arrangements numbers from 11 to 20 how to tell the time
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the days of the week the numbers 11 to 20 telling the time
the various pronunciations of the letter combination "sk"
how to order in a restaurant and ask for the bill numbers above 20 how to understand prices
to say how your food tastes some important adjectives the indefinite form of adjectives
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons numbers above 20 the indefinite form of adjectives
how to pronounce "tj" and "sj" in different words
to speak about a town the genitive in Swedish "någon" and "något", "ingen" and "inget"
to ask for directions words of location like "mellan" and "över" what you need in order to work in Sweden
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the genitive in Swedish "någon" and "något", "ingen" and "inget" words to describe location
how to pronounce "tion", "sion" and "rs" in different words
how to express quantities plurals in the indefinite form what you need to go shopping in Sweden
to ask about prices and offers places for shopping plurals in the definite form
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the plural forms
which letters can often be mumbled away
to speak about your holiday habits how to describe landscapes the indefinite plural of adjectives
how to reserve a hotel room the plural forms "några" and "inga" the use of "någon", "något" and "några"
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the plural form of indefinite adjectives the forms of "någon" and "ingen"