So, you’ve learnt Swedish greetings. You can present yourself, count to 100 and ask for your way to Sergels torg. Now what?
I have to confess that my learning of Swedish went very smoothly. I never had to buy any textbook, download an app or go through a drastic language routine. Living in Sweden made things easy for me, as every interaction with my surroundings was an occasion to learn something new.
I get it. Not every Swedish learner has a chance to spend a year in Stockholm. But have you ever thought of including a bit of Swedish into your daily life? Here’s my suggestions!
Swedish news are too much for you to handle yet? Here’s some resources adapted to intermediate learners that you can integrate into your daily routine.
Learning Swedish has never tasted any better with these cooking websites. Make a new recipe every week and increase your food vocabulary in no time.
Köket offers easy recipes and videos showing you how to prepare them.
Recepten.se has a tons of recipes, including Swedish classics like kladdkaka, våfflor and bullar. Mmmm.
ICA is a supermarket and has interesting recipes on its website.
If you have just started learning Swedish, you might as well like this article of mine.
If any of these links has been helpful, or if you have more to suggest, let me know !