Swedish Language Blog
ps. Good luck to all of you applying for studies in Sweden next year!
Stephen Maconi has been writing for the Transparent Swedish Blog since 2010. Wielding a Bachelor's Degree in Swedish and Nordic Linguistics from Uppsala University in Sweden, Stephen is an expert on Swedish language and culture.
Excellent, Steve! You are quite a good Swedish language teacher! It helps to hear you say the sentences and see them written at the same time. You have a good pace of explanation, and I like to hear the sentences as you might say them in regular use. It especially helps to hear some of the “g” words pronounced. Thank you so much. I look forward to your next post.
I absolutely agree with Susan,I coudn’t express better myself.
Steve you are a great language teacher, tack så mycket!!! I also look forward to your next post.
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