• The next steps: understanding the time, ordering at a restaurant, reserving a hotel room and going shopping. Learn all the expressions you need as well as grammar and pronunciation for level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Har du tid? Part 1

    Are you free?

    Here you'll learn: to make arrangements - the days of the week - the auxiliary verb bruka

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    Har du tid? Part 2

    Are you free?

    Here you'll learn: more vocabulary for making arrangements - numbers from 11 to 20 - how to tell the time

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    Har du tid? Review

    Are you free?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - the days of the week - the numbers 11 to 20 - telling the time

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    Swedish pronunciation: the letter combination "sk"

    Here you'll learn: the various pronunciations of the letter combination sk

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    Smaklig måltid! Part 1

    Enjoy your meal!

    Here you'll learn: how to order in a restaurant and ask for the bill - numbers above 20 - how to understand prices

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    Smaklig måltid! Part 2

    Enjoy your meal!

    Here you'll learn: to say how your food tastes - some important adjectives - the indefinite form of adjectives

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    Smaklig måltid! Review

    Enjoy your meal!

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - numbers above 20 - the indefinite form of adjectives

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    Swedish pronunciation: "tj" and "sj"

    Here you'll learn: how to pronounce tj and sj in different words

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    Har du något smultronställe? Part 1

    Do you have a favourite place?

    Here you'll learn: to speak about a town - the genitive in Swedish - någon and något, ingen and inget

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    Har du något smultronställe? Part 2

    Do you have a favourite place?

    Here you'll learn: to ask for directions - words of location like mellan and över - what you need in order to work in Sweden

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    Har du något smultronställe? Review

    Do you have a favourite place?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - the genitive in Swedish - någon and något, ingen and inget - words to describe location

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    Swedish pronunciation: "tion", "sion" and "rs"

    Here you'll learn: how to pronounce tion, sion and rs in different words

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    Åka och handla Part 1

    Going shopping

    Here you'll learn: how to express quantities - plurals in the indefinite form - what you need to go shopping in Sweden

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    Åka och handla Part 2

    Going shopping

    Here you'll learn: to ask about prices and offers - places for shopping - plurals in the definite form

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    Åka och handla Review

    Going shopping

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - the plural forms

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    Swedish pronunciation: mumbling

    Here you'll learn: which letters can often be mumbled away

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    Var brukar du semestra? Part 1

    Where do you usually go on holiday?

    Here you'll learn: to speak about your holiday habits - how to describe landscapes - the indefinite plural of adjectives

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    Var brukar du semestra? Part 2

    Where do you usually go on holiday?

    Here you'll learn: how to reserve a hotel room - the plural forms några and inga - the use of någon, något and några

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    Var brukar du semestra? Review

    Where do you usually go on holiday?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - the plural form of indefinite adjectives - the forms of någon and ingen

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