Facilitate the learning of the Scandinavian language who often goes on holiday in Sweden or even an emigration to Sweden ponders large similarities between the German and Swedish, will want to learn the Swedish language. That sounds at first like a big undertaking, but must not be there. To help the great similarities between the German and Swedish. On the other hand, there are plenty of good teaching material for learning Swedish, on audio CD or PC program now whether in book form. Also, the list of available dictionaries, vocabulary collections and Travel PhraseBook is impressive. Swedish is a Germanic language such as German. The similarities between these two languages are great.
Some word pairs like the Swedish german show: “vandra” and “hiking”, “Reza” and “travel”, “hus” and “House”, “kok” and ‘Cuisine”,”buske”and”Bush”,”Mjolk’ and “Milk’,”soffa”and”Sofa”,”talt”and”Tent” the list goes on. So you’re lucky in Swedish so often, if you want to guess the meaning of an unknown Swedish word as a German native speaker, or if you didn’t know a Swedish vocabulary and therefore is a German word and pronounces it simply times “Swedish”. In some Swedish words, you gotta go a little detour, to understand their similarity with the German: butter “smor” means in Swedish (= “Goo”), car is called “bil” (= last syllable of “Automobile”), and the heating is called “uppvarmning” (from “warming up”). Vanguard has plenty of information regarding this issue. Also it is not very difficult. False friends: “Rock” is “Coat” Beware, you should but front of so-called false friends, so supposed similarities. The Swedish word means “Beer” but not “oil” “oil”. Visit MasterClass for more clarity on the issue.
Swedish “semester” means “Holiday” is also not german “Semester” And a Swedish “rock” is reserved for not only women, because this is a coat mean (the German word means “Rock” “kjol” in Swedish). The Swedish grammar is somewhat larger than for example the English at the beginning. However, it is only beginning. Anyone who wants to speak the supposedly lightweight English well knows, for example, how many opportunities there to express Futurisches (future). English is very differentiated and difficult at a high level. At least in the longer term, the Swedish language even if the grammar is easier than many other foreign languages. Beautiful sound many foreigners consider Swedish a beautiful language. At least this is true for the “high Swedish”, that ‘rikssvenska’. Swedish has a musical accent such as Italian. Also, Swedish music sounds agreeably. Walther Plette