Are you looking for something special? Here you will find courses to refresh your memory or learn Swedish for holidays.
Ideal for everyone who studied Swedish a long time ago or wants to test their knowledge at the A2 level.
Are you going to Sweden soon for the holidays? Here you will quickly learn a few key phrases, sentences and expressions to help you find your way in Sweden.
Here you'll learn "true friends": words that sound similar or are spelled in a similar way in English and Swedish and have the same meaning, along with some helpful grammar and pronunciation points. This is a quick and effective way to expand your vocabulary!
Here you'll learn about false friends: words that sound or look similar in both English and Swedish but mean something completely different! This course will help you to tell your “ankle” from your wrist, and make sure you don't fall victim to an “offer”!
Have you ever "banged on the beetroot", "stood on your ears" or "had elves in your attic"? Try our Swedish idioms course and see if you can make it all the way to the tiles.
You already know a few Swedish numbers and want to practise them and deepen your knowledge. Here you'll learn how to use numbers in different contexts.
How do you keep it cosy during the dark season, and what does Christmas have to do with Donald Duck? You'll learn that and much more in our "Winter Holidays and Celebrations" course. It includes practical expressions and a cultural insight into winter traditions and holidays in Sweden. Ha det så kul!
How do you write an email in Swedish, and what do people typically talk about in their breaks? In this intermediate level course – which focuses on communication, comprehension and speaking – you'll learn all this and more, including making phone calls and small talk, and taking part in meetings, projects and interviews. Enjoy!
Would you like to know what everyday life in Sweden might look like? In this A2 level course, you'll follow Simon and his friends through a pretty normal week in Stockholm. You'll train your understanding of spoken and written Swedish, and you will get to practise expressing yourself in everyday situations – from a colleague's birthday party or dinner out on the town with friends; to the police station and the information desk at the train station. "Ha det så kul och lycka till!"
Did you know that most Swedish surnames mean something? In this A1 level course, you'll follow the journalist Anna Grankvist around while she's writing a report about Swedish surnames. Which names are the most common? Where do they come from and what do they mean? You'll learn all of this, including relevant vocabulary and how to decipher the names of famous Swedes, in this course!