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Traveler Swedish Language Tips

Traveler Swedish Language Tips

, Stockholm

Some very informative Swedish language tips for the traveler to Stockholm city.


Some idea on how to pronounce some special characters and vowels:

å: pronounced like O, example o in pot or close
ä: pronounced like A, example a in apple
ö: pronounced like U, example u in full
a: pronounced like AW, example aw in claw
e: pronounced like E, example e in fell
i: pronounced like the EE, ee in fleece
o: pronounced like the O or some times OO, example o in close and oo in book
u: pronounced like the OO, example oo in moose


Some Greetings in Swedish :
Hello: Hej. (Hay)
Goodbye: Adjö/Hej då. (Hay do)
Yes: Ja.  (Yah)
No: Nej. (Nay)
Thank you: Tack. 
Please: Snälla/Vänligen.
That's fine: Det är bra.
You are welcome: Varsågod
How much is it?: Hur mycket kostar den?
Excuse me (sorry): Ursäkta mig/Förlåt
Do you speak English?: Talar du engelska?
I don't understand: Jag förstår inte.
What\\\\\\\'s your name?: Vad heter du?
My name is …: Jag heter …

Signs in Swedish

Entrance: ingång
Exit: utgång
No vacancies: fullt
Information: information
Open: öppen
Closed: stängd
Police station: polisstation
Rooms available: lediga rum
Toilets: toalett
Men: herrar
Women: damer

Times & Dates in Swedish Language:
What time is it?: Vad ar klockan?
Today: idag
Tomorrow: imorgon
Yesterday: igår
Morning: morgonen
Afternoon: eftermiddagen
Night: natt

Days of a Week
Monday: måndag
Tuesday: tisdag
Wednesday: onsdag
Thursday: torsdag
Friday: fredag
Saturday: lördag
Sunday: söndag

Swedish Numbers
Zero: noll
Number 1-10 in Swedish
One: ett
Two: två
Three: tre
Four: fyra
Five: fem
Six: sex
Seven: sju
Eight: åtta
Nine: nio
Ten: tio

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