Welcome to the Aderalingua Swedish Vocabulary course. This is a free, online course to help you learn to speak the Swedish language. If you already know some Swedish, it is a great way for you to review and improve your vocabulary.
This course concentrates on Swedish phrases and vocabulary to help you get speaking the Swedish language quickly.
Unit 1 contains lessons to help you learn useful Swedish words and phrases. The vocabulary lessons cover topics such as common phrases, people, nature, the house, kitchen items, colors, food, numbers, and transportation. Many of these lessons contain pictures to help you associate the Swedish words to the objects they represent.
Most lessons contain online flashcards and quizzes to help you learn the Swedish words and phrases.
Swedish grammar is covered in Unit 2 to help you speak the language correctly.
Let's get started learning Swedish.
Unit 1 - Phrases and Vocabulary
This unit includes some very common Swedish words and phrases. Flashcards are included in the lessons to help you learn these useful words and phrases.
Unit 2 - Swedish Grammar
This unit gives an overview of Swedish grammar. These lessons will help you speak Swedish correctly.
More Learning Resources
This section contains a list of resources to help you learn to speak the Swedish language.
Google Translate provides Swedish to English and English to Swedish translations.
Youtube video showing how to pronounce some basic Swedish phrases.
Another Youtube video showing how to pronounce some basic Swedish phrases while getting a tour of Stockholm.
Project Gutenberg has some free Swedish ebooks.
LibriVox has a few free audio recordings in Swedish.
CoolJugator is a website that can help you with conjugating Swedish verbs.
Sweden has a few online newspapers.
Listen to online radio to help improve your listening skills. Sveriges Radio
Check out your local library, or online stores, such as Amazon for DVDs of Swedish mysteries, such as Wallander, Maria Wern, Annika Bengtzon, Beck, and The Bridge. These DVDs are in Swedish with English subtitles, which makes them a great way for learning Swedish.