With Beginner’s Course 3 you will broaden your vocabulary in many different areas. Themes covered include relationships, free time, work routines and looking for flats. In the dialogues you will learn the practical use and rules of Swedish in various everyday situations in accordance with Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
how to speak about others to describe every day life reflexive verbs
how to talk about marital status relative clauses with "som", "där" and "att"
the vocabulary of the last two tutorials reflexive verbs relative clauses with "som", "där" and "att"
how to explain and understand a recipe a few phrases for describing amounts regular forms of the preterite
how to speak about a party the use of "mycket" and "många" strong forms of the preterite
the vocabulary of the last two tutorials different forms of the preterite the use of "mycket" and "många"
how to pronounce "gn" and "ng" in various words
to speak about your daily routine irregular forms of the preterite
to speak about leisure activities usage of the preterite
the vocabulary of the previous two lessons the irregular forms of the preterite the usage of the preterite
how to pronounce the letter "e" in various words
to speak about a concert ordinal numbers up to 10 question words and forms of "vilken"
to make arrangements to meet at a concert months and how to give dates how to form ordinal numbers up to 99
the vocabulary of the last two lessons dates ordinal numbers question words
to speak about leisure activities in winter comparisons and superlatives with adjectives the months July to December
to say what you prefer the comparison of adjectives
the vocabulary of the previous two lessons the comparative and superlative of adjectives
how to pronounce the letter "y" in various words