Elin Asklöv - Babbel Magazine
Articles by Elin
Cursing Abroad: Swedish Insults To Round Out Your Studies
Swedish insults may not be the most vulgar, but they can still make you feel dumb.
7 Fascinating And Terrifying Creatures From Around The World
Vengeful ghosts, cannibal monsters, forest nymphs and frog kings — every corner of this planet is home to fascinating and terrifying supernatural beings.
The 20 Most Common Adjectives In Swedish
Adjectives are like spices: you’d survive without them, but life would be awfully bleak. That’s why we’ve created this list of some of the most common Swedish adjectives, to spice up your sentences with.
Learning With Music: Babbel’s Beginner German Playlist
Listen to German music and learn more about each song’s pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary specifics with our guided playlist.
How Babbel’s Values Of Inclusivity And Representation Shape Your Learning Experience
One of Babbel’s core values is that diversity makes us stronger. But what does an inclusive mindset look like in a language learning app?
Does Your Vocabulary Size Matter?
Whether you know tens of thousands of words, or are just getting started with the basics, word frequency can tell us a lot about our vocabulary.
Learning With Music: Babbel’s Swedish Playlist
Whistle while you work on learning a new language with our beginner Swedish playlist!
The Complete Guide To Traveling In Sweden This Summer
From Stockholm to Gothenburg, Malmö, the mountains, the countryside and the many islands — we’ll show you Sweden’s true gems and give you some tips for your trip.
Swedish ‘Hen’ Is Here To Stay: The Success Of A Made-Up Gender-Neutral Pronoun
For a long time in Swedish, you had to choose between the masculine ‘han’ and feminine ‘hon’ pronouns. The Swedish ‘hen’ is changing that.