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How To Be Passive-Aggressive In Other Languages

How To Be Passive-Aggressive In Other Languages

It’s nothing. No, really. It’s fine.
The 6 Best Films To Learn Swedish

The 6 Best Films To Learn Swedish

In search of some Swedish movies to help you learn Swedish? Look no further.
Quiz: Do You Know The Colors In Swedish?

Quiz: Do You Know The Colors In Swedish?

Can you tell the difference between röd and gul? Take this fun Swedish colors quiz to see how much you know (and how much you don’t)!
How To Talk About Food And Drink In Swedish

How To Talk About Food And Drink In Swedish

Don’t you think it’s about time you had a fika?
Swedish ‘Hen’ Is Here To Stay: The Success Of A Made-Up Gender-Neutral Pronoun

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.
Babbel Tries: The Strangely Salty World Of Swedish Candy

Babbel Tries: The Strangely Salty World Of Swedish Candy

Our team tries some Swedish candy, and let’s just say it’s an acquired taste. Read on for language, culture and hilarious reactions.
The 8 Best Books To Learn Swedish

The 8 Best Books To Learn Swedish

Eager to find some enjoyable books to help you learn Swedish? Our language experts have got you covered!
How To Write The Date In Swedish

How To Write The Date In Swedish

Forget everything you know about writing the date. We’re going to re-learn it, Sweden-style.
How To Text Like A Millennial In 7 Other Languages

How To Text Like A Millennial In 7 Other Languages

Guess what: young people are killing and/or evolving other languages besides English!
How To Count To 100 In Swedish

How To Count To 100 In Swedish

How important is learning the numbers in Swedish? Let me count the ways. Here’s a guide to counting in Swedish, from noll to hundra.
A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns

A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns

The singular “they” is now recognized by leading dictionaries and style guides in English. What about in other languages?
How To Name And Pronounce Colors In Swedish

How To Name And Pronounce Colors In Swedish

Roses are röda, violets are blå (pronounced BLU-uh). We know our colors in Swedish, and soon you will too-uh!
How To Stall (And Instantly Sound More Fluent) In 7 Different Languages

How To Stall (And Instantly Sound More Fluent) In 7 Different Languages

Like. Umm. Ah. Filler words aren’t just there to make you sound clumsy. They’re also an important part of natural speech, and they can help you sound more fluent in another language.
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Swedish?

Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Swedish?

Does your knowledge of Swedish go past Ikea and meatballs?