Regardless of whether you choose not to take Swedish classes, you will most likely get some Swedish words at any rate in your regular daily existence. What’s more, Delhi school of foreign languages is incredible and all, however I can’t recollect the last time I said “The kid eats an egg” or “Mother is wearing an orange belt” in relaxed discussion. In this post are 2 Swedish words/phrases I really DO utilize each day!
What’s the significance here? Hi!
When would it be a good idea for me to say it? At the point when you welcome your companion, neighbor, mentor and so forth
What’s the significance here? Much thanks to you!
When would it be a good idea for me to say it? At the point when somebody holds open an entryway for you, gives you a cinnamon bun or does some other decent thing!
Options: Tack så mycket! (Much thanks)/Tusen tack! (Thousand much appreciated)