Language Challenge 180: Swedish

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This is the Language Challenge 180 page for Swedish. If you are working on this language, please leave a comment below letting other speakers know a little about you and your language skills. Also tell us who will be working on this language (you, your child, etc.) and what you hope to achieve.

Please leave comments with resources that you recommend in this language (online language learning, fun websites, good books in the language, online TV programming, audio programs, online stores where products in the language can be purchased, etc.).

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1 Olga Nikitina March 2, 2012 at 1:13 pm


I just want to say that the best book to learn Swedish is “Svenska Utifran”:

Two best philological departments in my home city and hundreds of happy and well-speaking people cannot be wrong =) Plus, it is a fun book and it gives a great insight into Swedish culture, history and Swedish point of view.
I hope that you will enjoy it, just as I did!



2 Jeanne March 3, 2012 at 4:30 pm

My 13 year old daughter and I have been learning Swedish for a couple of years now. This year we finally found a good tutor and are making progress, and this Language 180 thing will help! We like watching clips of Idol Sverige on youtube to hear easy conversations.


3 bee March 4, 2012 at 9:59 pm

Sometimes you can access the content the Swedish Television site: (some of it is closed, for some reason, if you are outside of Sweden). You can go to their “Play” section and see Swedish tv programs for both adults and children.
/bee (a bilingual English-Swedish living in Sweden)


4 Joy Larsson May 8, 2012 at 11:06 am is an excellent resource chock full of terrific information, exercises and resources for Swedish learners!


5 Riker August 11, 2016 at 3:27 pm

What can I do now? The event is over, can I access the material somehow?


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