Learn how to greet in the Swedish language!  Tip: Use the transliteration (in red) to perfect your pronunciation.

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Learn how to greet in the Swedish language! Tip: Use the transliteration (in red) to perfect your pronunciation.

Three names have changed. Brandgul has become orange. Gredelin (which we sometimes also called violet) has become purple. And skär has become pink.

NOTE: Three names have changed. Gredelin (which we sometimes also called violet) has become purple. And skär has become pink.

Rooms in a house (SWEDISH)

Rooms in a house-Swedish. The swedish word for library sounds a lot like the french word for it

Ingela P. Arrhenius Posters

Ingela P. Arrhenius Posters

Baby Painting on wood - Ingela Arrhenius Scandinavian Mammals Poster By Omm Design

Swedish (svenska) is a North Germanic language with around 9 million speakers mainly in Sweden and Finland, and also in Estonia, Norway, Canada and the USA. It is closely related to Norwegian and Danish and is mutually intelligible with them to a large extent, particularly in its written form. (...)

Swedish (svenska) is a North Germanic language with around 9 million speakers mainly in Sweden and Finland, and also in Estonia, Norway, Canada and the USA. It is closely related to Norwegian and Danish and is mutually intelligible with them to a large ex

Swedish berries - from Nordic Curator blog

I love Swedish berries - fresh from the forest, on cakes, with milk or cream, in preserves.Cloudberry jam is delicious!

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