Would you like to start (or re-start) studying Swedish, but don’t know where to start? Are you wondering what the best way is to learn Swedish? Do you feel overwhelmed with all the different websites, books, apps, courses and online resources? If this is you, then read on. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the different ways of learning Swedish and the resources you may want to consider, so you can choose what works best for you. Also download our free Resource Checklist to get yourself organised and set yourself up for a great year of Swedish language learning.
The Swedish Time Expressions Pro course is now open for enrollment, and you can sign up right here! This is a brand new Swedish Made Easy course that will help you gain confidence when using time expressions and time prepositions. As far as I’m aware, it’s the first ever online course about Swedish time expressions. … Read more
Hej! I am very excited to finally be able to tell you what I have been working hard at for the past month. I have been creating a new course for you guys that will be opening very soon! If you have read my emails the previous week, you have probably noticed that I am on a … Read more
In this blog post, I wanted to talk a little bit more in detail about what prepositions and time expressions actually are. This follows on from the last text about why prepositions are so difficult to learn (if you haven’t read it, you can find it here). Prepositions are a word category You probably know this … Read more
Should I use ‘i’ or ‘på’ with days of the week? Am I sitting ‘i’ or ‘på’ the sofa? If you have ever asked yourself these types of questions, you are like most other Swedish learners. 🙂 When asking students what they struggle most with in terms of their Swedish, almost everyone says the same … Read more
Happy Valborg! Valborg is the name of the 30th of April in Sweden. In Sweden, this is celebrated by lighting bonfires (majbrasor) all around the country in the evening, and people gather to watch the bonfires. Some places have fireworks (fyrverkerier). Once the bonfire is lit, it is traditional for a men’s choir (manskör) to … Read more
One thing that many learners find difficult is to set up realistic language learning goals. When we ask what our students’ goals are, many learners say things like “get better at Swedish”, “become fluent in Swedish”, or “being able to speak Swedish”. While these goals are understandable, they are problematic. Learn how to set realistic, smart language goals and download our free Goal Setter.
During March, we’ll be running a short video series on Youtube about language learning. The series contains of short personal stories about some of the aspects of learning a language. The first video will be out on Youtube this Friday on our channel swedishmadeeasy, and we will post a new video every Friday throughout March.
Free mini course: Swedish letters Å Ä Ö Hej!Would you like to learn or improve how to actually say those last 3, confusing letters in the Swedish alphabet?When you sign up for this free mini pronunciation masterclass, you get free videos that specifically teaches you how to pronounce the Swedish vowels Å, Ä and Ö. Your teacher is … Read more