Asking questions, Part 2 Posted by on Mar 26, 2011 in Uncategorized

Here’s part two of Asking questions. Hope it’s helpful!

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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.


  1. Susan N:

    Can’t wait for the next one. You have me intrigued about how to ask questions without question words.

  2. Letícia:

    Nice one, Steve, thank you! I knew there was a difference between “var” and “vart”, but didn’t know in what cases to use each, now I do. 🙂

  3. Kenia:

    It’s impressive how good your swedish is. It makes me have hopes myself =)

  4. Christina Pearce:

    Hi Steve!
    Another brilliant video!
    The first caption “var” is incorrectly translated to “who” with the text on screen – thought you’d like to edit that!
    Ha det bra! Christina

  5. Nikki:

    Haha the ‘NO!’ and ‘YES!’ bits cracked me up. I’m easily amused.