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  1. Essentials of Swedish Grammar: A Practical Guide to the Mastery of Swedish by Ake Viberg, Kerstin Ballardini, et all 1993-01-01
  2. Beginner's Swedish with 2 Audio CDs by Scott A. Mellor, 2006-09-30
  3. Say It in Swedish (Revised) (Dover Say It Series) by Dover, 1979-06-01
  4. 201 Swedish Verbs (201 verbs series) by Richard Auletta, 1977-12-31
  5. Swedish in 60 Minutes by Inc. Berlitz International, 2008-02-06
  6. Teach Yourself Swedish Complete Course Package (Book + 2 CDs) (TY: Complete Courses) by Vera Croghan, 2005-04-20
  7. Colloquial Swedish (Colloquial Series) by Jennie Ahlgren, PHILIP Holmes, et all 2006-12-04
  8. Swedish: An Elementary Grammar-Reader (Volume 0) by Gladys Hird, 1980-03-31
  9. Essential Swedish Grammar (Dover Books on Language) by Julian Granberry, 1992-01-14
  10. Colloquial Swedish: The Complete Course for Beginners (Multimedia Set Includes 2 Cassettes and 2 CDs) by Philip Holmes, Gunilla Serin, 2003-12-03
  11. Colloquial Swedish: The Complete Course for Beginners (Multimedia Set Includes 2 Cassettes and 2 CDs) by Philip Holmes, Gunilla Serin, 2003-12-03
  12. Ntc's Compact Swedish and English Dictionary by National Textbook Company, NTC, 1999-06
  13. Swedish: A New Basic Course (Foreign Service Institute Language Series) by Foreign Service Institute, 1982-12-19
  14. Swedish, Compact: Learn to Speak and Understand Swedish with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's Pimsleur) by Pimsleur, 2005-12-26

1. Swedish Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Swedish (svenska) is a North Germanic language, spoken by approximately 10 million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland, especially along the coast and on the
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Swedish language
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Swedish Svenska Pronunciation [ˈsvɛ̂nskâ] Spoken in Sweden Finland Region Northern Europe , parts of America and other countries. Total speakers ~ 10 million Ranking Language family Indo-European

2. Swedish Language : Define, Explore, Discuss
Swedish language Define, Explore, Discuss images, discuss, define, news
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3. Swedish Language
Swedish (svenska (help info)) is a North Germanic language, spoken by more than ten million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland, especially along the coast
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[ˈsvɛnˌska] (with grave accent Sweden and Finland Region: Northern Europe Ranking Language family Indo-European ...
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(in Finland) Language codes ISO 639-1 sv ISO 639-2 swe ISO 639-3 swe Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode Swedish svenska help info ) is a North Germanic language, spoken by more than ten million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland , especially along the coast and on the Åland islands. It is to a considerable extent mutually intelligible with Norwegian and to a lesser extent with Danish (see especially " Classification "). Along with the other North Germanic languages, Swedish is a descendant of Old Norse , the common language of the Germanic peoples living in Scandinavia during the Viking Era Standard Swedish is the national language that evolved from the Central Swedish dialects in the 19th century and was well established by the beginning of the 20th century. While distinct regional

4. Swedish Language - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Swedish (( svenska (info • help)) is a language mostly spoken in Sweden and in parts of Finland, especially along the coast and on the land islands.
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Swedish language
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Swedish svenska info help ) is a language mostly spoken in Sweden and in parts of Finland , especially along the coast and on the Åland islands. More than nine million people speak Swedish. It is similar to two of the other Scandinavian languages, Norwegian and Danish , and a person who understands one of these languages can understand the others. Other Scandinavian languages, such as Icelandic and Faroese , are less closely related and cannot be understood by Swedish speakers. Standard Swedish is spoken and written throughout Sweden, but there are some local dialects with differences in grammar and vocabulary in small towns and rural areas. Swedish began as a dialect of Old Norse , which was a language that everyone in Scandinavia understood during the Viking Age . Around the 12th century Swedish began to slowly become different from the other dialects. These dialects later became what we today call Norwegian Icelandic Faroese and Danish . Swedish is a Germanic language and some similarities to English because of the Vikings that invaded England in the 10th Century. It is even more closely related to

5. Swedish Language
History Swedish is closely related to, and often mutually intelligible with, Danish and Norwegian. All three diverged from Old Norse about a millennium ago.
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Swedish language
Swedish is a language spoken in Sweden and Finland . Swedish is one of the Scandinavian languages , a sub-group of the Germanic group of the Indo-European language family Svenska Spoken Sweden and Finland Region Northern Europe Total speakers 9 Million Ranking Genetic
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(unilingually) De facto language Sweden Regulated by None (However, the Swedish Academy is important.) Language codes ISO 639 sv ISO 639-2 swe SIL SWD Table of contents 1 History
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History
Swedish is closely related to, and often mutually intelligible with, Danish and Norwegian . All three diverged from Old Norse about a millennium ago. Swedish, Danish and the Danish language Norwegian (Bokml) are all considered East Scandinavian languages; Swedes usually find it easier to understand Norwegian than Danish. But even if a Swede finds it difficult to understand a Dane it is not necessarily the other way around.
Classification
Swedish is an East Scandinavian language, which belongs to the North Germanic languages together with Norwegian and Danish. The North Germanic languages belong to the

6. Swedish Language
Swedish is a language spoken by more than ten million people worldwide, and it is the native language of Sweden. It can also be heard in surrounding parts of Finland, as well
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The Kosmix Community Author: Kristopher Moore Swedish is a language spoken by more than ten million people worldwide, and it is the native language of Sweden. It can also be heard in surrounding parts of Finland, as well as parts of Northern Europe and the United States. It ranks 78th in the world for the amount of native speakers. Swedish uses a sentence structure similar to English, where the subject comes before the verb, which is followed by the object. However, this word order can change to emphasis a certain word or phrase. Even more similar ... see more Swedish is a language spoken by more than ten million people worldwide, and it is the native language of Sweden. It can also be heard in surrounding parts of Finland, as well as parts of Northern Europe and the United States. It ranks 78th in the world for the amount of native speakers. Swedish uses a sentence structure similar to English, where the subject comes before the verb, which is followed by the object. However, this word order can change to emphasis a certain word or phrase. Even more similar to English, it has few inflections, two genders, plural and singular, and has no grammatical cases.

7. BIGpedia - Swedish Language - Encyclopedia And Dictionary Online
BIGpedia Swedish language Encyclopedia and Dictionary Online Swedish (svenska) is a Scandinavian language language spoken predominantly in Sweden, Finland and land by
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Swedish svenska ) is a Scandinavian language language spoken predominantly in Sweden Finland and land by over 8 million native speakers. Swedish is closely related to, and usually mutually intelligible with, Danish and Norwegian and to some degree with Faroese Swedish began to evolve as a seperate language from Old Norse in the 9th century , around the same time as Danish and Norwegian Old Swedish is the name for the period from 1225. The earliest texts written in a modified Latin script found so far are fragments of law codes ( Vstgtalagen ) dated to 1250. New Swedish was based to large part on the bible translation of 1526. It was not until the late 18th century that it becamse what is now refered to as Modern Swedish Swedish is considered to be a pluricentric language in the sense that several prestige dialects exist with differences chiefly confined to prosody pronunciation and to a lesser degree to vocabulary . The written standard language of Sweden and Finland is uniform. Contents showTocToggle("show","hide")

8. Swedish Language Facts - Freebase.com
Facts and figures about Swedish Language, taken from Freebase, the world's database.
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9. Swedish Language - Uncyclopedia, The Content-free Encyclopedia
Swedish language is a minority language of Sweden spoken only by Saint Petrus Bistertafel. It is generally considered unsound and a point of controversy for the habitants of
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Swedish language
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Jump to: navigation search Swedish language is a minority language of Sweden spoken only by Saint Petrus Bistertafel . It is generally considered unsound and a point of controversy for the habitants of Sweden as well as the users on Wikipedia. It's also said to be the ugliest language ever ffs - by the inhabitants themselves, showing typical Swedish modesty. They also rightly consider Danish to be even uglier. (no-one want to speak a language that make you sound like you are throwing up all the time) The official languages of Sweden are naturally bork Finland-Swedish and the Scanian language BORK BORK
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When August Strindberg created Swedish, he decided to add two neutral genders of pure evil . The indirect articles of those are "en" and "ett". When you say a Swedish noun, you HAVE to know wether you should use "en" or "ett". Otherwise, you are classified as a retarded hippo . The tricky part is that there is no rational way of telling what word you should use. This enforces you to learn every swedish noun by agonizing night long studies. For example: You say: Ett drink?

10. Swedish Language: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
The North Germanic languages or Scandinavian languages make up one of the three branches of the Germanic languages, a subfamily of the Indo-European languages, along with the
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Discussion Ask a question about ' Swedish language Start a new discussion about ' Swedish language Answer questions from other users Full Discussion Forum Encyclopedia Swedish is a North Germanic North Germanic languages The North Germanic languages or Scandinavian languages make up one of the three branches of the Germanic languages, a sub-family of the Indo-European languages, along with the West Germanic languages and the extinct East Germanic languages...
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Language A language is a system of signs for encoding and decoding information. Since language and languages became an object of study by the ancient grammarians, the term has had many and different definitions...
, spoken by approximately 10 million people, predominantly in Sweden Sweden Sweden , officially the Kingdom of Sweden , is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. Sweden has land borders with Norway to the west and Finland to the northeast, and water borders with Denmark, Germany and Poland to the south and Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia...
and parts of Finland Finland Finland , officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country situated in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe...

11. Swedish Language
How to Learn the Swedish Language for Free . Swedish is spoken by 8 million citizens, or 90% of the population, of Sweden and is also an official language of Finland, where it
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The Kosmix Community Author: Kristopher Moore Swedish is a language spoken by more than ten million people worldwide, and it is the native language of Sweden. It can also be heard in surrounding parts of Finland, as well as parts of Northern Europe and the United States. It ranks 78th in the world for the amount of native speakers. Swedish uses a sentence structure similar to English, where the subject comes before the verb, which is followed by the object. However, this word order can change to emphasis a certain word or phrase. Even more similar ... see more Swedish is a language spoken by more than ten million people worldwide, and it is the native language of Sweden. It can also be heard in surrounding parts of Finland, as well as parts of Northern Europe and the United States. It ranks 78th in the world for the amount of native speakers. Swedish uses a sentence structure similar to English, where the subject comes before the verb, which is followed by the object. However, this word order can change to emphasis a certain word or phrase. Even more similar to English, it has few inflections, two genders, plural and singular, and has no grammatical cases.

12. InterTran - Translate Between 1,482 Language Pairs
Swedish (Swedish (help info)) ice finish North Germanic language, spoken later approximately 10 million people, 1 predominantly set on Sweden duck share shame Finland
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13. Swedish Language - Includipedia, The Inclusionist Encyclopaedia
Swedish (svenska (help info)) is a North Germanic language, spoken by more than nine million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland, especially along the coast
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14. Swedish Language - Wikimedia
Swedish (TemplateAudio) is a North Germanic language, spoken by approximately 10 million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland, especially along the coast and
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Swedish language
From Wikimedia Jump to: navigation search Swedish svenska Pronunciation [ˈsvɛnˌska] (with grave accent Spoken in Sweden and Finland Region Northern Europe , parts of America and other countries. Total speakers ~ 10 million Ranking Language family Indo-European

15. Swedish Language - Wikinfo
Swedish (svenska (help info)) is a North Germanic language, spoken by more than nine million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland, especially along the coast
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Swedish svenska Spoken in: Sweden and Finland Region: Northern Europe Total speakers: c. 9 million Ranking Language family Indo-European Germanic ... North Germanic East Scandinavian Swedish Official status Official language in: Template:EUR Finland Sweden de facto File:Flag of the Nordic Council.svg Nordic Council Regulated by Swedish Language Council (in Sweden) Svenska språkbyrån (in Finland) Language codes ISO 639-1 sv ISO 639-2 swe ISO 639-3 swe Template:Infobox Language/map Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode Swedish svenska help info ) is a North Germanic language, spoken by more than nine million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland , especially along the coast and on the Åland islands. It is to a considerable extent mutually intelligible with Norwegian and less so with Danish (see especially " Classification Along with the other North Germanic languages, Swedish is a descendant of Old Norse , the common language of the Germanic peoples living in Scandinavia during the Viking Era Standard Swedish is the national language that evolved from the Central Swedish dialects in the 19th century and was well-established by the beginning of the 20th century. While distinct regional

16. Swedish Language | TripAtlas.com
Swedish () is a North Germanic language (also called Scandinavian languages) spoken predominantly in Sweden and in parts of Finland, especially along the coast and on the
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17. Category:Swedish Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The main article for this category is Swedish language.
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Category:Swedish language
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Swedish language The main article for this category is Swedish language For the use of International Phonetic Alphabet for Swedish and Norwegian in Wikipedia, see WP:IPA for Swedish and Norwegian
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18. Category:Swedish Language - Wiktionary
This is the main category of the Swedish language, represented in Wiktionary by the code sv. It is a member of the North Germanic family and written in Latin script.
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Category:Swedish language
Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation search Swedish language Swedish language edition of Wiktionary http://sv.wiktionary.org/ Wikipedia article about Swedish language Swedish language Links related to Swedish language in sister projects at Wikimedia Commons Swedish language Swedish language considerations Wiktionary:About Swedish Swedish language index Index:Swedish Swedish language entry Swedish Swedish language code sv This is the main category of the Swedish language , represented in Wiktionary by the code sv . It is a member of the North Germanic family and written in Latin script. All terms in Swedish should be here, divided into subcategories by parts of speech, subjects, etc. A complete list may also be available at Index:Swedish
Please see Wiktionary:About Swedish for considerations about Swedish entries. Definitions, translations and related terms may be found at the entry Swedish

19. Swedish Language Summary | BookRags.com
Swedish language. Swedish language summary with 25 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
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20. Swedish Language
History . Swedish is closely related to, and usually mutually intelligible with, Danish and Norwegian. All three diverged from Old Norse about a millennium ago and were
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Swedish language
Swedish svenska ) is a language spoken principally in Sweden Finland finlandsvenska land and in the coastland of Estonia estlandssvenska ). Swedish is classified as a member of the East section of the Scandinavian languages , a sub-group of the Germanic group of the Indo-European language family
Swedish ( Svenska Spoken in: Sweden and Finland Region: Northern Europe Total speakers: 9 Million Ranking Genetic classification Indo-European
Germanic
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North Germanic

East Scandinavian
Swedish Official status Official language of: Finland with Finnish land unilingually ), and the European Union . (De facto language of Sweden Regulated by: None (However, the Swedish Academy is important.) Language codes ISO 639 sv ISO 639-2 swe SIL SWD
Contents 1 History
2 Geographic distribution

2.1 Official status

2.1.1 The Swedish Academy
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History
Swedish is closely related to, and usually mutually intelligible with, Danish and Norwegian . All three diverged from Old Norse about a millennium ago and were strongly influenced by Low German . Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian Bokml are all considered East Scandinavian languages; Swedes usually find it easier to understand Norwegian than Danish (but even if a Swede finds it difficult to understand a Dane, it is not necessarily the other way around).

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