Accent Reduction Workshop with Stefan Holmström, 2 April

Swedish Verbs 101 Bootcamp is back!

Swedish Verbs 101 Bootcamp is back!

  • Learn/review the 50 most common Swedish verbs in all forms
  • Unique Bootcamp Weekly Programme with exercise circuits, Warm Up & Cool Down
  • 5 weeks intense bootcamp experience
  • All you need to know about the 5 main verb forms
  • Enrolment opens 29 March 2020
  • Early bird price until Wednesday 1 April

SME Språkkafé Online

  • Practice your Swedish in a small group
  • Meet other people learning Swedish
  • All levels, but sessions will be in Swedish
  • Teacher-led, online via Zoom
  • Low cost
  • No travel
  • 1 April and 8 April, 6PM

Language builds bridges

Language builds cultural understanding

Language is integration

In this world right now, language bridges and cultural understanding are more important than ever. We believe in using modern technology to share the Swedish language and culture across the globe. Here is the story of how Swedish Made Easy came into being.

Swedish teachers Anneli and Daniel, the shortest and the tallest teachers in the world. 🙂

Is this you?

I want to study Swedish but I don’t want to (or can’t) travel to a particular place at a particular time.

I want a Swedish teacher to guide me, but I don’t want to sit in a group among other learners.

I feel self-conscious and embarrassed about trying to speak Swedish and would like help with pronunciation.

I find Swedish grammar confusing, and I don’t even know what an adverb or a preposition is.

I have a child that needs flexible Swedish tuition from home.

I haven’t found any resources that give me a real foundation on how to actually put sentences together.

If any of these statements resonate with you, Swedish Made Easy is here for you. We offer one-to-one or couple’s Swedish lessons via Skype/Zoom, as well as online courses. We’re qualified teachers and native Swedes.

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Here's what some of our students say

Swedish lessons with Daniel have propelled me at a pace much faster than I had expected. I had been taking lessons in person with a local teacher, but it wasn’t until I switched to sessions with Daniel that I began feeling competent and seeing progress. He is such an excellent balance of challenging and patient, and always encouraging. For someone like me starting from the beginning, he is the best choice. Our lessons are a mix of homework review, textbook lessons, reading articles in Swedish and going through worksheets he’s made himself. He guides me through the content, but also listens to the areas I want to focus on and factors them in to the curriculum. After 30+ hours of lessons, I couldn’t be happier to have him as a teacher!
Jennifer Farel
I started learning Swedish 3 months before I got to Stockholm to start my Master’s. And boy am I glad that I started right away with Anneli! The goal for me was simple (if not easy) – to learn enough Swedish in 2 years that it is not an issue when applying for jobs. Fast forward 1.5 years, standing somewhere between B2 and C1, I could not be happier with our progress. After arriving in Stockholm, while my non-Swedish friends were busy dabbling with Duolingo and considering going to SFI classes, I was already on way to finishing up B1. All that elitist talk, just to get across the point that taking classes with Anneli will give you an insurmountable edge. By the way, all of them gave up on learning Swedish... Swedes’ good English is a hidden curse because you can get by without learning Swedish. In fact, it took a while before they stopped switching to English with me. That’s why I found it all the more valuable when Anneli started conversing almost exclusively in Swedish with me after our first 3 months. I needed all that practice (and still do..). Her patience and genuine curiosity meant that I was not afraid of making mistakes in Swedish – something I wish I could say for the other languages that I am learning. This also makes the classes with her a lot of fun! I still look forward to every single one of my classes with her. Finally – and this one’s a doozy – it is the most efficient way of learning Swedish. I can’t afford to spend my time commuting to a 3 hour-long evening course with perhaps 15 min of personal attention from a teacher.
Sid Agarwal
PhD Candidate

Swedish Learner Toolkit

FREE Swedish Learner Toolkit when you sign up to our email list! 

The toolkit includes:

  • Goal setter
  • Vision sheet
  • Vocab Tracker
  • Verb Tracker
  • Weekly study schedule
  • Monthly study schedule
  • Monthly review sheet
  • Free Ebook “Learning to learn”

Check out our blog

Read our blog articles about Swedish grammar, vocabulary, Swedish culture, our courses, and more. 

Look through our archive of grammar explanations, where we make Swedish easy.

Learn Swedish with Swedish Made Easy is a study group for those learning (or who have studied) with Swedish Made Easy, and also those who are interested in learning with Swedish Made Easy.

Distance learning can be lonely sometimes, so let’s connect, share tips or advice, ask questions, and have some fun while learning Swedish.

Languages used in this group are Swedish and English.

Looking for your Swedish heritage?

Do you have Swedish roots? Looking to trace them but don’t know where to start? Trying to make sense of old church books and records?

Head over to our partner Caroline, The Swedish Genealogist, for more information and resources.