Swedish for beginners

Oct 7, 2012 by

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Want to learn how to pronounce “Köttbullar” in the correct way?

Learn Swedish with Swedish2go!

Swedish2go is an online Swedish language company that offers customers a wide selection of alternatives for studying Swedish. From beginner to advanced, Swedish2go gives its customers the possibility for complete language studying or focus areas only such as writing, speaking, grammar, etc.

New this fall with Swedish2go is the online group classes for various levels, where students participate once a week for an hour, and have a chance to ask questions in writing directly to the teacher. Included in these classes are recommendations to related online material and tutorial videos. If you happen to miss a lesson, you can review it later, because everyone signed up will be provided with a recorded and saved lesson. On the web site www.swedish2go.com, you’ll find the course levels offered, course descriptions and information about the next course start.

Later this autumn, they will start promoting the possibility to sign up for the subscription of streaming tutorial videos, including recorded 1-hour lessons and a guide to related free online material.

Åsa Bouck, the founder of Swedish2go, has taught Swedish as a second language to adults since 1997. She has experience from College level Swedish courses in Chicago, Illinois, to the Swedish Government Language Program SFI (Swedish for immigrants) and higher level language courses. Since 2008 Åsa has worked with teaching Swedish online.

The main idea of Swedish2go is to offer a broad selection of Swedish learning approaches with the help and support of the English language and courses are therefore designed mainly for English speaking people.

Swedish2go’s offer with LondonSwedes:   Join the beginner or intermediate online group class and receive 20% off! Write “LondonSvenskar” when signing up by mail or form on web site.

First lesson is free to try!

Sign up through our web page or by email: info@swedish2go.com

For more information visit www.swedish2go.com

Åsa Bouck, the founder of Swedish2go