Learning Swedish

Posted in: Uncategorized on 20 April, 2017 by Karolos

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If you are interested in learning Swedish, there are several ways to do so, even before moving here.

Duolingo is a great app, where you can practice many new languages, from simple to more advanced stuff. The Swedish material in the app is quite good, however the minus is that there’s no grammar explanation. A good way to supplement that is by using the grammar book “Form i focus”, which i found great and very easy to follow it while self-studying (all you need is google translate!).

After coming here, the university offers an intensive A1-A2 course during August. I didn’t take that one, but people who joined it had only good things to say. If you can’t attend that, worry not, because there are A1-B2 courses offered during the academic year in the university.

Finally, if those courses don’t fit your schedule, there’s a program called SFI offered by the municipality. I don’t know much about the program, expect the fact that it has a long waiting list, so if you are interested you should enroll as soon as possible.


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Karolos Douvlataniotis

Karolos Douvlataniotis
Hej! My name is Karolos and I come from the Land of Debts (sometimes referred to as Greece). Right now, I am studying Experimental and Medical Biosciences at LiU, while exploring life in Sweden. Here you will find info about the program, as well as see a student perspective about life in Linköping.

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