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Swedish for German speakers

Hej, since Swedish and German are quite similar in some points and therefore I think that Swedish is quite an interesting language for German speakers, I wondered how many German Swedish learners are here and if it wouldn't be great if there was a German course for Swedish?

July 6, 2017



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Oh, sorry, I've just noticed there is a German Duolingo forum. Didn't find it until now.


The different forums for base language: German
https://www.duolingo.com/topic/816 Duolingo in German
https://www.duolingo.com/topic/817 German troubleshooting
https://www.duolingo.com/topic/818 English from German
https://www.duolingo.com/topic/879 French from German
https://www.duolingo.com/topic/916 Spanish from German

When you click on the subscription list, you'll see the list of forums available from your native language, or rather from whatever Duolingo currently thinks your native language is. You'll need to tell Duolingo your native language is German.
(source: comment of hughcparker in https://www.duolingo.com/comment/19417424)

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I've newer thought about it but yes, it would be great

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A nice laddering course that I would look forward to, along with Norwegian and Danish from German! (speaking of which, isn't it time for some courses FROM the Scandinavian languages? English and German FROM Swedish/Norwegian/Danish?)


Can't do English from Norwegian/Swedish/Danish (too many people are good in English, apparently) but you're exactly right. I hope one day down the line I will be able to contribute to a Norwegian-German/German-Norwegian course, but probably not. Sigh.

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