Swedish Language Blog
Here’s part two of Asking questions. Hope it’s helpful!
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.
Can’t wait for the next one. You have me intrigued about how to ask questions without question words.
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. 🙂
It’s impressive how good your swedish is. It makes me have hopes myself =)
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
Haha the ‘NO!’ and ‘YES!’ bits cracked me up. I’m easily amused.
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