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#1: Swedish Lessons Author: Magnus PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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<mod>Even though most of this topic will be in Swedish, you are still expected to keep the thread on topic and keep to the usual LD4all guidelines <mod>

welcome This is your first lesson of Swedish.
And remember if you learn Swedish you can understand other Scandinavian languages like Norwegian tounge2

So let's begin with the Alphabet and here it is;

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZÅÄÖ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzåäö
Notice the 3 letters at the end Å Ä and Ö, good now you know the alphabet grin

We can begin with a famous quote by Descartes "Jag tänker, alltså finns jag", Descartes died in Sweden

"Jag tänker, alltså finns jag" = "Je pense donc, je suis" = "cogito ergo sum" = "I think, therefore I am" grin

A small dialogue

Valentin: Hej!
Magnus: Hej!
Valentin: Vad heter du?
Magnus: Jag heter Magnus och du?
Valentin: Jag heter Valentin, Hejdå!
Magnus: Hejdå!

Translation;
Valentin: Hi!
Magnus: Hi!
Valentin: What is your name?
Magnus: My name is Magnus and you?
Valentin: My name is Valentin, Goodbye!
Magnus: Goodbye!

Ok, now we can start with some words;

Hi = Hej
Goodbye = Hejdå
My name is = Jag heter
What is your name? = Vad heter du?
Lucid dream = Klardröm
Dream = dröm
Nighmare = mardröm
Good Night = God Natt
Alarm Clock = Väckarklocka

#2:  Author: painocus PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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For you hwo not have Å Ä Ö on your keybord you can use:
Ä=ae
Ö=oe
Å=aa
In norway and danmarke we use:
Ä=Æ
Ö=Ø
Å=Å

#3:  Author: Ness PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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hej!

jag heter Ness.

God natt. (it's relly morning, but I don't know how to say good morning so... it must me night somewhere?grin )

#4:  Author: Magnus PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Good morning = God morgon

#5:  Author: Kenneth PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Hej allihop! Jag er norsk, men vi kan prata svenska vi ochså (tror vi sjelva i alla fall tounge2 ) Hur mår ni drømmare i dag ?

(Hello everyone! I am norwegian, but we can speak swedish too( at least, that's what WE think tounge2) How are you dreamers today?)

#6:  Author: Magnus PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Kenneth wrote:
Hej allihop! Jag er norsk, men vi kan prata svenska vi ochså (tror vi sjelva i alla fall tounge2 ) Hur mår ni drømmare i dag ?

(Hello everyone! I am norwegian, but we can speak swedish too( at least, that's what WE think tounge2) How are you dreamers today?)

Almost right, in swedish it is;

Hej allihop! Jag är norsk, men vi kan prata svenska vi också (tror vi själva i alla fall tounge2 ) Hur mår ni drömmare i dag ?


Good Kenneth grin

Jeg kan ikke snakke norsk tounge2

#7:  Author: Petter PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Great !

A swedish lesson !

Let everybody talk a scandinavian language .

Norwegians = nordbaggar

Right ? tounge1

#8:  Author: sirius)(black PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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hej
nej:p
(swedish sounds like german)
vad heter du?
wie heißt du?
it's not the same off course but it's close

#9:  Author: JaRoD PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Undrar hur många som egentligen kan svenska här? Kommer inte på någonting annat att skriva... rolleyes

//edit// translation -> Wonder how many many people here know swedish? Can't think of anything else to type... rolleyes


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#10:  Author: sirius)(black PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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... add translation for non swedish PPL plz:P

#11:  Author: Magnus PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Petter: You could always start Norwegian Lessons wink5
sirius)(black: yep swedish sounds like german sometimes.

yes = ja
no = nej

0 zero = noll
1 one = ett
2 two = två
3 three = tre
4 four = fyra
5 five = fem
6 six = sex
7 seven = sju
8 eight = åtta
9 nine = nio
10 ten = tio
Substantive - singular and plural

ett bord = one table
två bord = two tables

en dator = one computer
två datorer = two computers

ett äpple = one apple
två äpplen = two apples

en dröm = one dream
två drömmar = two dreams

en bok= one book
två böcker= two books

Sometime it says "en" and sometimes it says "ett" I'm sorry but there is no rule for when to use what


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#12:  Author: Lanina PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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lach1 MorMor!

Well, I can always give you this link: http://www.slayradio.org/mastering_swedish.php
It's an english radio show, and they make a poor guy repeat wierd swedish phrases.

I can give you some words while I'm still posting:

mormor = grandmother (mother's mother) [en mormor, två mormödrar]
marmor = marble
farmor = grandmother (father's mother)
farstu = vestibule, entrance hall
stuga = cabin, cottage [en stuga, två stugor]

#13:  Author: Aleksandra PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Ahhaha, this is interesting. Not that's useful for me, coz I'm fluent in Swedish, but still. *grins*

#14:  Author: moogle PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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Even though most of this topic will be in Swedish, you are still expected to keep the thread on topic and keep to the usual LD4all guidelines (posts have been removed from the topic)

#15:  Author: Sandra PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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This is a great topic ^^
I can understand it pretty well actually; but making self sentences is a lot harder I think.

Maybe because it looks like german and german looks like Dutch I can understand it a bit



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