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Swedish Madlibs – Part Två Posted by on Feb 20, 2012 in Swedish Language

I know, I know. You’ve all been waiting with bated breath for the continuation of the Swedish Madlib that we posted a while back. Wait no more. Below you will find the story that all your different words will fill in. If you haven’t yet filled in your words, just for good measure, check out our post Swedish Madlibs.

Activities like this, silly as they may seem at times, realy stretch your vocabulary, and even your grammar. If you’ve got yourself a small group of Swedish speaking friends, or maybe you’ve put together a Swedish conversation table, activities like this are a great way to practice your Swedish and have a little fun while doing it.

 Ett Konstigt Djur

_____1__________ är ett djur som har en ______2_________ päls med ______3_________ prickar på sin ______4_________ och _______5________. Djurets näsa ser ut som ____6_______ och används till _____7__________. Djuret kan väga mer än _______8________ kilo och bli _____9__________  centimeter lång.


Djuret finns bara i ____10___________ och ______11_________. De gillar _____12__________ och tycker också om att äta _____13__________. Om du någonsin ser en, ska du absolut inte sjunga _____14__________. Låten gör dem ______15_________. Se till istället att du ger dem ____16______ och spring åt andra hållet.

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About the Author: Marcus Cederström

Marcus Cederström has been writing for the Transparent Swedish Blog since 2009. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Scandinavian Studies from the University of Oregon, a Master's Degree in Scandinavian Studies from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and a PhD in Scandinavian Studies and Folklore from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has taught Swedish for several years and still spells things wrong. So, if you see something, say something.