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Learning Swedish Verbs

Anyone know a good website?

mc87
post 18.Feb.2010, 01:26 PM
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Location: Skåne
Joined: 13.Jan.2010

Hey All,

Learning Verbs
I was wondering if anyone knows of a good website for learning Swedish verbs?
I am looking for a webpage with:-
  • a substantial variety of useful verbs - not just a couple; and
  • Preferably with audio (I am on the waiting list, teaching myself, and struggling with pronunciation).

I am already using http://www.digitalasparet.se/

Any Other Suggestions?
In addition, I was wondering which aspects of Swedish are the most useful to learn so I can start communicating?
I am wanting to start speaking more Swedish in e.g. public (shops, bus, gym etc).
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Freja
post 18.Feb.2010, 03:38 PM
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Joined: 27.Jan.2010

Not sure if these are on the right level for you but posting a few links here hoping you, or someone else, got some use for them:

http://www2.hhs.se/isa/swedish/

http://www.kreativpedagogik.se/#svenska

http://lexin2.nada.kth.se/swe-eng.html

http://www.norstedtsord.se/

The second link is a long list of links to web resources, but the descriptions are in Swedish. Run it through google's translator which does a pretty ok job translating to/from English.

Happy to help if you got some more specific questions on the langauge.

Lycka till!
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Nemesis
post 18.Feb.2010, 04:23 PM
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Location: Skåne
Joined: 14.Apr.2009

Good post.

Those links are very useful for me as well. I attend SFI.
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Monark540
post 18.Feb.2010, 06:14 PM
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Location: Stockholm
Joined: 20.Mar.2009

Here's a useful online verb conjugator:

Verbix.com

Also, check out a bookstore for a great book by plugghäst books, Common Swedish Verbs

It contains 2000 common Swedish verbs and cost me 99 Kr
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Swedish Classes
post 18.Feb.2010, 11:56 PM
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Joined: 16.Jul.2009

QUOTE (mc87 @ 18.Feb.2010, 12:26 PM) *
Hey All,Learning VerbsI was wondering if anyone knows of a good website for learning Swedish verbs? I am looking for a webpage with:- a substantial variety of useful verbs - n ... (show full quote)

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I would say that the most important part for a beginner is to start working on the pronunciation; especially the melody and the difference between written and spoken Swedish. If you want to start speaking in shops, on the bus etc i suggest you look into a material that contains a lot of phrases. Have you tried Byki? I think they have free trial downloads.

Good luck!
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mc87
post 19.Feb.2010, 06:34 PM
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Location: Skåne
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Thanks everyone
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