Teach Yourself Complete Swedish – to be published 8 March 2018 Some of you may know that I, Anneli, have been writing on a completely new version of Teach Yourself Complete Swedish (Hodder and Stoughton) for the past couple of years. Today, I am delighted to share with you that the book is finally out … Read moreNew book – Teach Yourself Complete Swedish
Daniel is a Swedish teacher here at Swedish Made Easy. He teaches all levels, from beginner to advanced. He comes from Göteborg in Sweden (which he would adamantly argue is the best city in Sweden), and lives with his family in London, UK. He has worked in education for over 8 years, and taught Swedish since 2013. He … Read moreQuick questions for Daniel
Sophie works as a Swedish teacher at Swedish Made Easy. She is a native Swede who spent her 20’s in London, but these days she is based in Stockholm where she lives with her husband and two children. She works as an rhetoric consultant as well as a equality consultant, with a focus on communication. She has a great … Read moreQuick questions for Sophie
Swedish Made Easy is growing and we now have a new teacher onboard. I am very pleased to introduce Daniel Lind, who from now on will work as a Swedish teacher at Swedish Made Easy. Daniel comes from Göteborg in Sweden, and lives with his family in London, UK. He has worked in education for over 8 … Read moreWelcome Daniel – Swedish teacher
Learning Swedish – interview with a learner James is a radiographer working in an NHS hospital in the UK. He was raised in Southport, Lancashire, but currently lives in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, UK, but he is hoping on finding work in Sweden in the not-too-distant future. James likes to ride his bicycles a lot and successfully completed Vätternrundan, a 180 mile … Read moreInterview with a Swedish learner – James
10 years ago, I started teaching my very first student. This was before Skype had gone mainstream and was only in its infancy. I was studying for my PhD, and I took on another couple of students – the idea of teaching Swedish was so much more appealing than working extra in a pub. Since … Read moreHappy 10th anniversary!
One thing that can be a bit confusing with Swedish adverbs, is that they can imply location, direction as well as origin. Most may recognise that there are two words for where – var eller vart – but it can be tricky to remember how to use them. Here is a table where you can … Read moreSpråkkänsla: var eller vart?
22 March 2013 is Grammatikens Dag in Sweden. Until then, I was thinking it may be nice to have some grammar Q&A here on the blog. Do you have any particular grammar questions, that you have been wondering about? Some aspects of Swedish that you cannot get the hang of, or maybe understand the difference … Read moreGrammatikfrågor, tack!
It’s a new year and I have just updated my lesson offers, and even stuck in a discount offer – 20% off! – see below. Here is a guide to what I can offer: Swedish beginner level A1-A2 • Introduction to Swedish for beginners • Start speaking from first lesson • Focus on speaking and … Read moreSwedish lessons and prices for 2013