I finally completed my Swedish tree!
hej, Tack sa mycket Duolingo! Jag ar glald att jag kan skriver svenska nu, jag has ville att lara dessa sprak pa lange! Sorry for mistakes, after completing my tree i try to write and hope that the others will understand unforunately the internet is the only place i can use Swedish but it will not stop me to practice and improve more!
I am excited that i finally could finish my Swedish tree. i started working on it a year ago but time by time i stopped doing anything for months because of overwhelming studies in University. It is even harder when you study a language from another foreign language, in this case English, because Duolingo doesnt have my native language. But Anyways i want to thank Duolingo and all the people who helped to create this course!
Hej, congrats, that's quite an achievement! What are you planning to do now with Swedish? Are you interested in learning another Scandinavian language?
By the way, I hope Duolingo adds your native language one day ;)
Thank you :) i would like to learn Norwegian and Danish because i am interested in Scandinavian cultures but everything depends on having time. I think about getting education in Sweden, but for now i will take easy books to read and write down more words, i think i have found a very easy way to learn any language, not to mention before i thought Swedish is a difficult language but after the course i changed my mind:)) i hope so too, but then i will probably not need Duolingo anymore :)
Ah, time... Yes, it's not always easy to find. Well, hopefully you'll be able to achieve your goals eventually. The course must be really good to have changed your mind like that! Anyway, good luck with everything :)
You may want to start with Norwegian before going on to Danish. It's usually considered as the bridge between the two, anyway. I started doing Swedish after finishing Norwegian and I'm finding I'm just flying through it for the most part. I'm sure you will do the same!
yes usually similar languages help each other a lot while learning. i thought the same about doing Norwegian before Danish but now i want to focus on German tree :) once i had a dream to be a polyglot, i think it is time to go through this way again :) Btw i am curious what is your native language?
it is great. i notice there are many similarities between Swedish and English. but what is most interesting i also thought there are similar things between some Swedish and Russian words which makes it easier to pronounce these Swedish words. Maybe because of historical influences they have had on each other.