Learn Swedish - Survival Phrases Swedish, Volume 1: Lessons 1-30
- Absolute Beginner Swedish #2
- Narrated by: SwedishPod101.com
- Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-09-10
- Language: English
- Publisher: Innovative Language Learning, LLC
Are you about to travel to Sweden?
Do you need basic Swedish and proper etiquette for business reasons?
Do you have a Swedish speaking partner, family or friends?
Are you a fan of Swedish films, culture, or history, and want to start learning the Swedish language?
Whatever your reasons are, we've designed Survival Phrases – Swedish with YOU in mind, so that you will get immensely satisfying results FAST...
These 30 short and effective audio lessons will allow you to:
speak Swedish before the end of your first lesson
use your newly learned Swedish in everyday situations
understand the culture, customs, and people of Sweden
order the food you want in restaurants
ask directions and travel by taxi, train, bus and car with confidence
master manners, etiquette, customs so you don’t embarrass yourself
visit or host Swedish guests with confidence
introduce yourself, friends and family
learn to ask for help and avoid danger and tourist traps
learn travel tips and the “do’s and “don’ts” from the experienced host.
This is NOT a vocabulary builder with just words and their translations. Unlike other audiobooks, we actually TEACH Swedish and Swedish culture.
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By Zaubermond on 12-11-12
Fun, but repetitive and of limited use
The format of each lesson is repetitive, as if this were originally a podcast. This gets irritating after a few lessons if you're listening to them continuously.
The speaker is a light-hearted soul who teaches you a few survival phrases while adding some cultural details. For example: how very important manners are (and always have been) to the Swedish people, visiting customs, typical foods you will encounter, how to ask for help in an emergency, etc. Sure, you can find all of this elsewhere, but without the pronunciation of the Swedish. For that alone, it may be worth a listen. But if you're looking for a serious resource, this isn't it.
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