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Swedish listening and reading resource

Hej alla! Efter nyligen avslutade jag mitt träd, tog jag ett steg ut Duolingo för att söka efter några resurser som är hjälpande för min svenskafärdigheter, in den okända icke-Duo världen ute. Inte så okänd alls, om man hittar de rätta resurser. Detta är därför skulle jag vilja dela med er en sida som jag har hittat. Den kallas Klartext, och är del av SverigesRadio sidan. Där kan man lyssna på korta långsamt pratande ljud och läsa de inte så svårta texterna om ljuden. Det är bra för att både öva din svenska och hålla utkik efter nyheterna i Sverige och världen. Varje dag har de tre eller två nya nyheter, om olika ämnen. Det har hjälpt mig mycket i de senaste dagarna, särskild ljuden.

Hello everyone! After I finished my tree recently, I took a step outside Duolingo to search for some resources that would help me with my Swedish skills, in the unfamiliar non-Duo world out there. Not so unfamiliar at all, if you find the right resources. This is why I wanted to share with you all a website that I've found. It's called Klartext, and is part of the SverigesRadio page. There you can listen to slow spoken audios and read not so complicated texts about the audios. It is good for both training Swedish and staying tuned for the news in Sweden and in the world. Every day they have three or two new texts(most of them with audio), about different topics. It's helped me a lot in the last days, especially the audio part.

Jag hoppas att det ska hjälpa er. Lycka till :D

January 6, 2016

11 Comments


https://www.duolingo.com/brittalexiswm

Same with 8-sidor!

January 6, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/d.m.gannon

Har du några anning som 8 sidor CEFR niva?

January 7, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/HelenCarlsson

Jag lyssnade nyss på ett ljudklipp på Klartext och jämförde med texten och de var nästan identiska. De hade i sort sett bara strukit några hmm och alltså :). Det är ju jättebra för en nybörjare!

January 6, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/d.m.gannon

Ja, Klartext är jattebra, men jag jar svårinheter at följ de ibland. De anvander lattlast, men jag har bara börjat att lysnna på folk prata svensk.

January 6, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/xenochrome

Changing the speed to 0.5 on Youtube also helps A LOT.

January 7, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/sustained

I actually find that it makes things more difficult as the speech becomes distorted and no one is ever going to talk like that, even if you ask them to speak clearly/slowly. I think it's a bad habit to only listen to people talking slowly because most of the time, the vast majority of people speak quickly.

January 12, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/xenochrome

Yeah, maybe. I don't do it all the time, only if I don't understand some parts. It gets boring after some time and they all sound like they're hög. haha

January 13, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/d.m.gannon

Nyligen, jag hitta denna sida. Har du kan lyssna på podcast av svenska lärare pratade svenska. Jag tror det är jatte bra därfor att leta är mycket klart och de prata lite långsamt också.

Recently, I found this site. Here you can listen to podcasts of swedish teachers talking in Swedish. I think it is really good because the the words are very clear and they also talk a little bit slower.

http://sfipodd.se

January 11, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/sustained

I always recommend LättLäst books. After a few of those you'll be ready to read non-LL books.

They are available in three levels, easy, easier and easiest. I bought some easy (the highest level) books and they are most certainly not easy and I have been studying Swedish for 8 months. They are however not too difficult. I would say that there is generally anywhere between 0 and 10 new words/phrases/expressions per page (for me, anyway) which in my opinion is about the perfect amount.

When a book overwhelms you with new vocabulary it becomes a chore to read it and it is easy to lose interest/motivation and/or become frustrated. That's why I recommend LL books.

January 12, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/d.m.gannon

Which books would you recommend? Is it possible to use them on a Kindle?

January 13, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/sustained

They have a fair few classics, among them Crime and Punishment, which is an awesome book, in my opinion.

They only sell physical copies of books, as far as I know.

January 13, 2016
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