If you are a beginner at Swedish 🇸🇪 and this might be the course for you!
This course is for you if you know some of the very basics. You can handle Swedish pronunciation. You know the very basics of grammar and can put a simple sentence together. You can talk about yourself in the present tense and order at the bar / restaurant or supermarket, but not much else (A1-ish).
If you are missing some off those ingredients you could start by taking the blueberry course: https://elansutbildning.teachable.com/p/swedish-for-complete-beginners
As always, we focus on getting you to communicate as fast as possible. Priority number one!
Some of the topics of the course:
- 20 Most common Swedish words!
- How plurals work.
- Asking for directions.
- Tell and ask for the time.
- Smalltalk with friends.
- Smalltalk at work.
- Fun facts about Swedish culture (systembolaget, midsommar, etc).
- Describe people.
- Talk about clothes.
- Talk about the weather.
Everything done in a fun, engaging and lighthearted way (as usual 😉). So that you enjoy learning Swedish and fall in love with the language ❤️.
If you enjoy our content and our style on social media, you are not going to want to miss it. Many of our posts are inspired by moments in class.
Experience the exact same thing our students do in our Kanelbulle course, at your own pace, whenever it suits you best 😎. The only difference is that it will look like your classmates are in a witness protection program 🙈.
Thanks so much! See you in class!
The ELANS (Enjoy Learning And Never Stop) team (AKA Fun Swedish).
Daniella grew up bilingual (Spanish and Swedish) and has always been interested in different languages and cultures.
She has been teaching Swedish for several years and she believes that learning in a fun an engaging way is the best way to learn.
She is the creator of the Instagram account @fun_swedish and the Facebook group "Learn Swedish in a fun way!". There she uploads daily content to try to make Swedish Fun for everyone.
When she is not making content she is teaching Swedish in Stockholm or learning a new language herself. Now she is working on her Italian.
StartTelling time - Practice (7:04)
PreviewKlockan dialog - Introduction (24:35)
StartKlockan dialog - Practice (9:00)
StartSwedish culture - Systembolaget - Opening hours (11:27)
StartVerbs from "klockan dialog" (1:24)
StartThe 20 MOST common Swedish words (18:16)
StartPersonal pronouns (Han/Hon vs Honom/Henne) (8:57)
StartPostcards - Homework (4:32)