"Easy Swedish" video

Upperbarligen och äntligen har den Easy Languages kanalen började med en ny Easy Swedish serie :D Det första avsnittet handlar om en enkel fråga, "Vad tycker du är typiskt svenskt?". Jag tror att det är jättebra för att lära sig inte bara nytt ordförråd, utan också att lära sig mer om den svenska kulturen.

Apparently and finally the Easy Languages channel has started a new Easy Swedish series :D The first episode is about a simple question, "What do you think is typical Swedish?". I believe it is not only good for learning new vocabulary, but also for learning more about the Swedish culture.

Jag hoppas att texten på svenska är rätt :)


December 27, 2015


I already subscribed to the channel and I would say that the first episode was pretty good, I would love to see more.

December 27, 2015

Thanks for the link

December 27, 2015

It was a good watch, I'm certainly going to watch the new ones.

at 2:59 the swedish woman pronounced the word "Förbi" in a way I have heard several times but I can't see to reproduce it, especially the 'i' part of the word, can anyone help me with this?

December 27, 2015

I was just struggling with the same sound :P I'll probably ask this in the forum

December 28, 2015

This is how I've come to pronounce most stressed, long-i's. I'm not sure I'm doing it correctly, but I just close my mouth a biiiit more and lift the back of my tongue up closer to the roof of my mouth when I say it. Comes out buzzing a lot more than an English eeeee.

This was a lovely video and I love the way the host pronounces the word "Göteborg". It's the Southern Swedish accent, right?

Ah~ All these "Easy ____" videos are great :D

December 29, 2015

Thanks for the tip! Maybe I'm getting closer to the actual sound :) Yes, it's the Skåne accent if I'm not mistaken, with many guttural R's :D

December 29, 2015

Great I am subscribing to this right away. Thank you.

January 1, 2016

Very nice! I am glad you added this language as well to your chanel :)

January 23, 2016
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