Basic Swedish

Author: Ian Hinchliffe
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351169661
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Basic Swedish: A Grammar and Workbook combines an accessible basic reference grammar and related exercises in one volume, and covers most of the topics that students might expect to deal with in their first year of learning Swedish. Each of the 25 units discusses one or more grammar topics, with examples that are subsequently practised in the exercises that follow. The book introduces the contemporary language against a backdrop of Swedish culture, society, geography, customs and history. Each unit ends with a cultural text that outlines an aspect of Swedish culture and exemplifies and consolidates the grammar topic examined in the unit. Features include: clear grammatical explanations with examples in Swedish and English vocabulary based on a major corpus of written Swedish in order to guarantee authenticity and relevance cross-references to other units over 100 exercises with a key to all the correct answers full vocabulary list at the end of the book. The book is suitable both for independent study and for class use. It can be used by absolute beginners and those who have advanced a little further.

Basic Swedish Grammar

Author: Ann-Mari Beite
Editor: Arthur Vanous Company
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From English To Swedish 1

Author: Bengt Hällgren
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781540529954
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This is the new, black and white version of From English to Swedish 1. A full color version is also available. Look for ISBN 978-1540452900. From English to Swedish 1 & 2 is a series of textbooks for English speaking students who would like to learn Swedish. The first book covers level A1 and the second book level A2 of the European CEFR-scale. Unlike most Swedish textbooks they provide vocabulary lists, grammar explanations, and text commentaries in English. To help the reader learn Swedish pronunciation, a series of videos linked to the first book is available on YouTube (see https://www.youtube.com/watch'v=mEQVgbDPZ4I). The texts of the two books tell the story of an American girl who comes as an exchange student to live in a Swedish family. She struggles to learn Swedish and adapt to Swedish culture, but in the process runs into a number of culture clashes, all based on the authors' real life experiences. �ke Daun, professor of ethnology from Stockholm University and a specialist in Swedish mentality, has examined the first book and describes the way it introduces Swedish mentality as "innovative and entertaining". To facilitate the student's learning the books take advantage of the close relationship between English and Swedish. Many of the words appearing in the texts are similar to their English counterparts. Having finished both books, the student will have acquired a vocabulary of slightly more than 1,500 words including 57 % of the 2,000 most frequent words of the Swedish language as defined by Spr�kbanken (the Language Bank), a data base published by the University of Gothenburg. In an appendix to book 1, the similarities between English and Swedish are explained from an historical point of view, and over 300 related words from different areas are presented. Each chapter in the books contains a short grammar section presenting essentials in Swedish morphology and syntax. All grammatical terms, except the most common ones, are explained. At the end of each book there is a grammar overview with definitions of concepts and references to relevant chapters. Each lesson includes a number of exercises, where students are encouraged to practice their newly gained grammar knowledge, repeat vocabulary, and answer questions in connection with the texts. As the students' vocabulary develops, the questions become increasingly open-ended in order to stimulate reflection and discussion in class. Furthermore, a number of songs with simple vocabulary are included, mainly children's songs by classic song-writers. Finally, each book contains answers to the exercises and a complete alphabetical glossary. Judgments about From English to Swedish 1: "I'm just learning Swedish, and this book is wonderful. The style & methodology are ideal. Highly recommend." (Amazon, USA) "A brilliant book. ... The words and pronunciations are well explained with examples given. Common Swedish vocab is also used in lessons. Quite amazing that by lesson 2 (Lektion 2) I was understanding and translating simple paragraphs and answering questions in full sentences without much difficulty. The two books are a must buy for people looking to learn the Swedish language. ... The second book is just as good as this one." (Amazon, England) "I've tried to start learning Swedish several times with at least 4 books, and finally I've found one that is didactic enough to keep me going! Very natural way of teaching, the closest thing I've seen to have a teacher that prepares a class for you. I'm already looking for the 2nd book! " (Amazon, Spain)

Essential Swedish Grammar

Author: Julian Granberry
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048611628X
File Size: 25,83 MB
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DIVLogical, developmental presentation includes all the necessary tools for speech and comprehension and features numerous shortcuts and timesavers. Ideal as an introduction, supplement, or refresher. /div

Teach Learn Basic Swedish Words For Children

Author: S. Beda
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ISBN: 9781092328210
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Basic Swedish Word List

Author: Martin Allwood
Editor: Fortress Press
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Intermediate Swedish

Author: Ian Hinchliffe
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429590377
File Size: 52,67 MB
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Intermediate Swedish: A Grammar and Workbook combines an accessible intermediate reference grammar and related exercises in one volume that covers most of the topics that students might expect to deal with in their second year of learning Swedish. The book follows on naturally from and complements its companion volume, Basic Swedish. Each of the 26 units discusses one or more grammar topics, with examples that are subsequently practised in the exercises that follow. The book presents the contemporary language against a backdrop of Swedish culture, society, geography, customs and history. Each unit ends with a cultural text which outlines an aspect of Swedish culture and, in nearly all cases, exemplifies and consolidates the grammar topic examined in the unit. Features include: • clear grammatical explanations with examples in Swedish and English • vocabulary based on a major corpus of written Swedish in order to guarantee authenticity and relevance • cross-references to other units • over 100 exercises with a key to all the correct answers. The book is suitable both for independent study and for class use. It can be used by intermediate students and those who have grasped the basics of grammar and vocabulary.

Basic Swedish Grammar

Author: Ann-Mari Beite
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Marketing In Greece

Author: Ann Corro
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File Size: 60,26 MB
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Production Functions And Factor Demand Functions In Post War Swedish Industry

Author: Villy Bergström
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Swedish

Author: Philip Holmes
Editor: Taylor & Francis US
ISBN: 9780415160483
File Size: 19,33 MB
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This fully revised second edition of Swedish: An Essential Grammar incorporates a large number of changes of detail and examples throughout, all made with the aim of clarifying the explanations and updating the idioms and advice on current usage. The bibliography has been expanded and a number of tables clarified. Swedish: An Essential Grammar provides a fresh and accessible description of the language. It is suitable for independent study or for class-based tuition. The explanations are free of jargon and emphasis has been placed in the areas of Swedish that pose a particular challenge for English-speaking learners. Features include: - Detailed contents list - Many tables and diagrams for extra clarity - Separate glossary of linguistic and grammatical terms - Detailed index, with numerous key Swedish and English words Philip Holmes was formerly Reader in Scandinavian Studies at the University of Hull and is now a freelance translator Ian Hinchliffe is a freelance translator, living in Sweden.

Swedish Industry And Industrial Policy

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Swedish Industry And Industrial Policy 1985

Author: Sweden. Industridepartementet
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Phonum

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Ten Swedish Designers

Author: Kerstin Wickman
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Documents On Swedish Foreign Policy

Author: Sweden. Utrikesdepartementet
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File Size: 42,18 MB
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The Swedish Budget

Author: Sweden. Ekonomidepartementet
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American Swedish Handbook

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Swedish Slanguage

Author: Mike Ellis
Editor: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423647408
File Size: 58,64 MB
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The newest volume in Mike Ellis’s best-selling Slanguage series will help you learn the basics of the Swedish language. Swedish Slanguage provides translations and pronunciation guides for approximately 300 English words and phrases. Use the pronunciation guide to say them out loud a few times, and soon you’ll be speaking basic Swedish words and phrases like “How are you?” (Hear More Due?) and “Cold” (Fur Shilling). Fun and helpful illustrations paired with easy English words to pronounce will have you speaking Swedish in no time. Mike Ellis is a Web designer with expertise in e-commerce, online marketing, search engine optimization, and affiliate marketing. He’s the author of nearly a dozen previous Slanguage books. Mike helps run a youth athletic league and loves coaching kids in his spare time. He lives with his family near Philadelphia.