Learn Swedish

Learn Swedish phrases and sentences by selecting the phrases that you want to learn from the list. These cover a wide variety of Swedish topics, including the numbers in Swedish, Swedish days, Swedish greetings and the months in Swedish all with audio.

Swedish phrases

A few first words. 1, A few first words. 2, Bathroom. Items found in the bathroom, Bedroom. Items found in the bedroom, Buying things. General phrases, Buyings things. Useful words, Countries, Communication problems, Conversation. Introductions, Conversation. Small talk. 1, Conversation. Small talk. 2, Conversation. Filler words, Conversation. Small talk. Sport, Conversation. Small talk. The weather, Days. General, Days of the week and seasons, Describing things. Colours, Describing things. Adjectives, Directions. 1, Directions. 2, Eating items, Eating phrases. 1, Eating phrases. 2, Emergencies, Family, Food and drink. At the bar or café. 1, Food and drink. At the bar or café. 2, Food and drink. At the bar or café. 3, General words, Getting around. General phrases, Getting around. Train and bus, Getting around by taxi, Getting around by car, Health, Household items, Money, Months of the year, Numbers. 1 to 10, Numbers. 11 to 20, Numbers. 30 to 1000, Parts of the body, Places and buildings. 1, Places and buildings. 2, Question and size words, Sightseeing, Somewhere to stay. 1, Somewhere to stay. 2, Special occasions, Sport, Time, The house, Useful words, Useful words to recognize, Words to do with food. General, Words to do with food. Fruit, Words to do with food. Meat, Vegetables.

Swedish language learning games

As well as the flashcards for the Swedish phrases there are additional learning games for colours, days, fruit, months, numbers and vegetables.

Fruit Months Numbers. 1 to 10 Numbers. 1 to 20 Vegetables

Test whether you know the difference between a vitlök, ärta, persika and plommon, can count ett, två, tre and know blått from gult.

The Swedish Language

Swedish has two genders common and neuter which are labelled (t) and (n) in the phrases.

These are not related to the masculine and feminine genders of many romance languages, but rather are the remnant of a system with three genders. Two of these (masculine and feminine) have merged to become the common gender (t).

Definite and indefinite articles

Common gender nouns have the indefinite article en and neuter nouns the article ett.

The Swedish definite article is a suffix (added to the end of the noun).

For the common gender, it is en. An example is, det här är hunden 'this is the dog', with hund becoming hunden 'the dog'.'

For the neuter gender the definite article is et, for example, brev 'letter' becomes brevet 'the letter'.


Swedish is a North Germanic language and related to the following which are further divided into East and West Scandinavian branches.

Related languages

Related languages include Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian.


An outline of Swedish grammar found in the Wiki.