Elin Asklöv - Babbel Magazine
Articles by Elin
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.
For a long time in Swedish, you had to choose between the masculine ‘han’ and feminine ‘hon’ pronouns. The Swedish ‘hen’ is changing that.
What’s the difference between Swedish, Danish and Norwegian? What are the similarities? If you know one of the languages, do you know them all? Let’s have a closer look!
Babbel’s product manager for Swedish, Elin, is a passionate polyglot writes about using a blended learning approach to teaching her native language to her fellow Babbelonians.
These are the words and phrases you need to know if you want to speak Swedish like a genuine Swede. Read on, because you won’t learn these in any language class.
From finding the perfect expression to showing where you come from: Here’s why bilingual people are constantly switching between languages.