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betaMonday 28th of March 2005 06:12:23 PM
Swedish learning Links - Hi, ive noticed theres not many links available, at least not in an organised fashon, so im going to start this thread which can hopefully become sticky and people can add their links, because there are a tonne more, to create a good resource for people beginning in swedish:

[url]http://web.hhs.se/isa/swedish/[/url] - A great introduction to swedish, with pretty comprehensive grammer guide.

[url]http://www.8sidor.se/[/url] - Online news in Swedish, with option of audio narration you can control the speed of.

[url]http://www.nordiska.su.se/komloss/#course%20in%20Swedish[/url] - Another good beginners course in swedish, with audio pronounciation and excercises.

[url]http://www.verbix.c../../languages/swedish.shtml#Verbix[/url] - Handy tool, you enter the infinitive, and it conjugates for you. easy.

[url]http://www.members.tripod.com/~SwedishAlphabet/[/url] - How to pronounce the swedish sounds and numbers. Lots of fun to be had by watching the image guides on how to shape your lips for correct pronounciation.

[url]http://www-lexikon.nada.kth.se/skolverket/swe-eng.shtml[/url] - Online Swedish to English dictionary - Enough said.

[url]http://www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/swedish.shtml[/url] A page designed to help little people learn Swedish, but also for people that just like pretty pictures.

[url]http://www-lexikon.nada.kth.se/skolverket/bilder/teman/#Bildteman[/url] - Another good picture-learning resource. Scanned straight out of a book. Not sure if legal, but damn handy.

[url]http://www.nordiska.su.se/komloss/#course%20in%20Swedish[/url] - Another good beginners course in swedish, with audio pronounciation and excercises.

[url]http://www.skrudda.org/learnswedish/stugan.html#Eva%20Johnsdotter's[/url] - Really interesting site arranged into learning chapters by month with all kinds of resources and info. Most surreal language site ive ever seen!




Useful Links Courtesy of Hoogard:
COURSES AND PROGRAMS:

[url=http://web.hhs.se/isa/swedish/]Urban Sikeborg's Introduction to Swedish[/url]
[url=http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1290/]Björn Engdahl's Swedish Course[/url]
[url=http://pekspro.com/english/vokabel.html]A vocabular training program[/url]
[url=http://www.photo.net/sweden/pronunciation]A pronounciation guide[/url]
[url=http://www.wartoft.nu/program/selingua-java/]Selingua - A great learning tool[/url]
[url=http://skrutten.nada.kth.se/grim/index-en.html]GRIM - online learning tool[/url]
[url=http://resurscentrum.nu/new/directory/englishmenus/XcDirectory.asp]Resurscentrum - Lots of tools and exercises etc.[/url]
[url]http://swedia.ling.umu.se/[/url]


DICTIONARIES:

[url=http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/swedish.html]Swedish-English and English-Swedish free dictionary[/url]
Go to the site listed above and Download the Program plus the Word list. You only have to scroll down a bit to get to them.
Or you can download them directly here but you must then first read their terms of Copyright notice:
[url=http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/dic-copyrights.html]Copyright Notice[/url]
[url=http://www.freelang.net/download/stats/dictionary/dictionary_setup.php]The Program[/url]
[url=http://www.freelang.net/download/stats/dictionary/swedish.php]The Word List[/url]

[url=http://lexin.nada.kth.se/swe-eng.shtml]An online dictionary[/url]


LITTERATURE:

[url=http://8sidor.lattlast.se]8sidor - Lättlästa nyheter[/url]


Från Salleman

[url]http://g3.spraakdata.gu.se/saob/[/url]
[url]http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lista_över_falska_vänner[/url]
[url=http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lista_över_falska_vänner]Lista över falska vänner[/url] - Four lists of false friends between Swedish and respectiveley: Danish/Norwegian, English, German and Other languages (e.g. Klingon).

Teup's Common Phrases And Conjunctions List:

[url]http://home.planet.nl/~klomp490/phrases.txt[/url]
[url]www.sr.se[/url]
teknogeekMonday 28th of March 2005 07:38:11 PM
Great List! - Hej Beta!

Tack för the list! :) It's a great start.

If you haven't already, why not join us in the Swedish Learning Group?

Hope to see you there!

-Tina
HoogardThursday 31st of March 2005 02:15:22 AM
- [quote]Originally posted by beta
Hi, ive noticed theres not many links available, at least not in an organised fashon,[/quote]

hemr hemrh
http://www.phrasebase.c../../discuss/read.php?TID=3220




Unless of course you want to call med disorganized lol ;)
betaThursday 31st of March 2005 02:30:01 AM
- oops, sorry i didnt see that thread at all! I was just assuming if there was one allready it would have been sticky and there at the top to add to. But if you want we can combine them to make a better list.
betaThursday 31st of March 2005 02:57:49 AM
- Ok, i combined all the links, i havnt edited anything obviously because its your work, but if your happy with it we can take out the doubles and so on, make it look good :)
HoogardThursday 31st of March 2005 05:13:15 AM
- No offense taken. Sure let's use yours. The reason it was not sticky is cause no moderator is around lol.

But i'll gladly push over the responsibility on you to put together and maintain this list hehe :) Good work.

*Leans back and takes it easy :D
betaThursday 31st of March 2005 05:58:24 PM
- I was meaning everyone will be maintaining the list :) thats what i am hoping for, for people to add new ones to the thread as they find them. Its a decent start now.
HoogardThursday 31st of March 2005 08:21:43 PM
- Of course. But it's still you who will have to edit the first post hehe :)
SallemanFriday 08th of April 2005 03:30:54 AM
- Don't forget the almighty SAOB, från A till Talkumera:

http://g3.spraakdata.gu.se/saob/

(Btw, "talkumera" means "bestrew with talcum". They have worked on it since the 18:th century, but have hereto only come this far.)
teknogeekFriday 08th of April 2005 07:08:54 AM
- Those are some really great links! Keep them coming!
betaMonday 11th of April 2005 03:08:26 AM
- Teup's list added with permission, thanks a lot!
TeupMonday 11th of April 2005 08:15:37 PM
- Yay :) I hope I can complete it soon...

Another very good link (if it hasn't been mentioned yet),

www.sr.se

Swedish online radio, perhaps the best online radio site in the world, so students of Swedish are really lucky :) Has a couple of channels where they talk and talk most of the time, and also previous broadcasts are available, so you can check over and over again when you hear something peculiar :)
HoogardWednesday 13th of April 2005 10:36:09 PM
- Here's a page that covers swedish accents all across the country and some of the variants in finland too.

http://swedia.ling.umu.se/

You can listen to them and read "Phrases" hehe :)
SallemanSunday 17th of April 2005 06:20:05 AM
- Four lists of false friends between Swedish and respectiveley: Danish/Norwegian, English, German and Other languages (e.g. Klingon).

http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lista_över_falska_vänner
morgenstern180Saturday 18th of June 2005 02:50:17 PM
- fabulous! thanks.

and here's my list of sites i've bookmarked, some have been mentioned but i was too lazy to edit them out:

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1290/

http://web.hhs.se/isa/swedish/
(online beginning Swedish courses, basic grammar and sound files)


http://stp.ling.uu.se/call/swedish/

nice beginning Swedish site, quite a bit of info and exercises. Haven't looked through it all yet, but it looked good enough that I saved it all to my hard drive.

http://www.travlang.c../../languages/cgi-bin/langchoice.cgi?lang1=english&lang2=swedish&page=main Svenska för resenärer
basic lists of words and phrases with realaudio sound clips

http://pekspro.com/english/vokabel.html
a sort of flash-card vocabulary program.

http://www.gutenberg.org/brow../../languages/sv
project gutenberg's list of ebooks in swedish. i aven't downloaded any, because i'm certainly not at a book-reading level yet, but i've downloaded a lot of stuff from them in other languages. of similar interest:

http://manybooks.net/language.php?code=sv

http://www.lysator.liu.se/langua../../languages/Swedish/Grammar.html
some grammar stuff.

http://web.hhs.se/isa/swedish/
intro to swedish online course w/sound clips

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1290/
another intro course w/sound clips

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Swedish:Contents

http://www-lexikon.nada.kth.se/skolverket/swe-eng.shtml
dictionary, which i'm sure has been linked here many times before.
http://www-lexikon.nada.kth.se/bildteman.shtml
picture-learning link on same site

http://www.verbix.c../../languages/swedish.shtml#Verbix
conjugates verbs for you

http://www.sr.se/ web radio

http://www.slayradio.org/mastering_swedish.php
hilarious 3-part series on useless but funny phrases in Swedish.