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Is Swedish disappearing?

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17:42 CEST+02:00

As a regular visitor to Sweden I find more and more that the Swedish language is becoming redundant and being replaced by English – it is very hard to find any clothing with Swedish written on it, for example.Can the readers of The Local enlighten me as to why this is happening?

David McIver

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