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Swedish classes in the Sigtuna/Märsta area

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PBR_Streetgang
post 6.May.2009, 10:47 AM
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Joined: 31.Jul.2007

anyone know of any good swedish classes in the above area? Not interested in SFI
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Inletwatcher
post 6.May.2009, 12:02 PM
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Location: Dalarna
Joined: 2.Nov.2008

I have picked up more swedish than I realized just by hanging out with Swedes. The younger the better, I perfer like under 10 as they have patience for me to ask again what a slide is or what a leaf of grass is called. The older Swedes seem to be all too happy to speak to me in English so it does not help the language, but build friendship. I agree with you on SFI its not for all. I heard a ways back that they are going under a change in how the classes are divided among who has had more college or none. I was in class with folks that had not been taught how to write the alphabet yet. I bet they REALLY hated it.

Peace and best of luck to this fun language!
Inlet
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PBR_Streetgang
post 6.May.2009, 12:12 PM
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Joined: 31.Jul.2007

Hi Inlet

I have a 4 year old daughter who's picked up the language really quickly, so I enjoy practicing with her!

I'm in the lucky position of the company I work for being willing to pay for classes smile.gif . Have looked at Folksuniversitetet but don't fancy traveling to Stockholm twice a week after work. Just wondering if I'm missing anything that may be available in my Kommun.

thx
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Puffin
post 6.May.2009, 02:25 PM
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Location: Dalarna
Joined: 5.Apr.2006

Some of the evening class centres offer Swedish evening classes (Medborgarskolan/ ABF / Studieförbundet vuxenskolan) - however their classes tend to run September- april/may.

Is there any particular reason that you are ruling out SFI? There are a lot of generalisations about the course - however some classes can be very good - in some areas people actually transfer from Foluniversitet to SFI as the class is better and free - all classes are different.
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Jacey
post 4.Nov.2011, 09:40 AM
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Joined: 4.Nov.2011

I'm in the lucky position of the company I work for being willing to pay for classes smile.gif . Have looked at Folksuniversitetet but don't fancy traveling to Stockholm twice a week after work. Just wondering if I'm missing anything that may be available in my Kommun.
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