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#1

Please don't flag this!


In this topic can you learn Swedish! Just write a word/sentence and I will write it in Swedish! If someone are from Sweden so please help me to translate all word/sentence!
Swedish players:
@BB-Box
@CreationsOfaNoob


Please write if you are from Sweden so you can help me!



#2

Some easy words in Swedish:
Hello-Hej
bye-hejdå
how are you-hur mår du
I like hopscotch-jag gillar hopscotch


#3

Oooh I am curious! I remember you are all from Sweden @BB-Box, @CreationsOfaNoob and @William04GamerA :smile: I am wondering how you all seem to write English great :open_mouth: (I notice little difference at all compared to a native English speaker)

Sweden sounds awesome...


#4

Thanks :D
We do learn english at school, but I actually think I've learned a lot from Hopscotch too.


#5

Really that's so cool I learnt expressions from the forum!


#6

Are you from an English-speaking country?


#7

Nope I'm from Japan!
I started learning English four years ago!
Oh I have a friend who speakers Swedish btw


#8

Ok, that's cool!
Do you learn english at school too, or have you been teaching yourself?


#9

I go to a British school!
I don't live in Japan I live in Europe! (I'm not gonna say where or why because 1 it's obvious why and 2 I'm not sure if I'm allowed to say this)
I'm moving back to Japan though (this summer :tired_face::sob:


#10

To GOT
Some Swedish words I know
1. Ja
Nej
Tack så mycket


#11

I have an idea on learning. I got curious and searched up a free course on learning Swedish, but I think I would love to learn by example casually, as you probably do from reading posts in English :smiley:

This was an old topic that I revived :upside_down: If you are still interested in running this @BB-Box, I have an idea — each sentence you say in English, you could put the same in Swedish underneath :thinking:


#12

I would love :heart_eyes: to do that in Japanese :thinking:


#13

Oooh that is awesome, I learnt a bit of Japanese a while ago but all I remember now is how to translate Katakana — it comes in handy though :joy:


#14

:laughing:lol there are 3 letters in Japanese
1. Katakana
2. Hiragana
3. Kanji


#15

Varsågod :D


#17

Mitt namn är Mayu/@Hermione


#18

Ohh I see now, @CreationsOfaNoob :smiley:

Swedish Language
In Swedish orthography, the colon is used in a similar manner as in English, with some exceptions: the colon is used for some abbreviations, such as 3:e for tredje ("third") and S:t for Sankt ("Saint"), and for all types of endings that can be added to numbers, letters and abbreviations, such as a:et ("the a") and CD:n ("the CD"), or the genitive form USA:s ("USA's").[53]

I noticed you use colons for 1st, 2nd, 3rd but didn't think much about it; now I see — I did not know this at all!

I was just curious about the origins of the Swedish language (e.g. languages classified as Romance languages have histories in Latin as an example, and I was wondering about Swedish) and happened to come across this.


#19

And a revive begins.


#20

Wait that isn't the case in english?
Ohhhhhhhh


#21

Wow this is amazing, yeah in English it is just 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and so on, or sometimes you may see it as superscripts like this: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th

And wow I just came across the grammar section of the Wikipedia page (I love grammar :heart_eyes:) It sounds like nouns and adjectives in Swedish have gender? That's cool :slight_smile: