• 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!”

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    Vad kul att du kunde komma!

    to understand small talk at a party useful expressions for parties and celebrations to sing the Swedish birthday song

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    Ska vi hitta på något?

    to understand a conversation about the upcoming weekend different ways to make suggestions in Swedish to talk about some free time activities

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    Jag betalar med kort

    to go shopping in Swedish a bit about payment in Sweden the names of some clothing items

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    Har ni något vegetariskt?

    to order in a restaurant to answer questions asked by waiters the names of some dishes and tableware

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    Min väska blev stulen i går

    to talk about a theft to understand information on a web page to report a crime to give someone your personal details

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    Platsreservation ingår i priset

    to plan a trip in Sweden useful expressions regarding booking, cancelling and paying for tickets to understand a web page in Swedish what some means of transport are called

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