Swedish Upper Beginner 3.5

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“Köttbullsgruppen” (Meatball group)

Level required: Upper Beginners (semester 3.5) – You have a vague understanding of complex sentencestructure and word order in the past, present and future. You can engage in very simple small talk. You understand en and ett, even in plural and mixed with adjectives. But still make mistakes (A2-ish)

Among other things you will learn:

  • Complex sentence structure and word order.
  • Common phrases to talk and understand friends, colleagues and strangers!
  • Simple irregular verbs.
  • Swedish culture and slang.
  • And a lot more!

If this in not the level for you we are also opening courses for Blåbär (100% beginners), Kanelbulle (semi beginners),  Falukorv (Lower Intermediate)Lingon (Intermediate) and Smörgåstårta (Upper intermediate).

COURSE DETAILS


Start date: 
Tuesday 20th of April

End date: Tuesday 18th of May.

Time: 19:15 – 20:45 (Swedish time)

Amount of lessons: 5

Location: On the internet (Zoom).

Price: 1500 SEK. All study material is included.

Tip from Enjoy Learning and Never Stop: some unions will reimburse the cost of the course

Size: The course will have up to 11 participants. So make sure you book your spot before they run out!

Class recordings: Thanks to Zoom, all lessons are recorded and available to the students. This can be of great help if you miss a lesson or if you want to go through it several times.

Client agreement: This course will recorded. By joining this course you agree to being recorded and give us permission to use the recordings later on. The recordings might be used to promote future courses or used as part of paid courses. They might land on more public sites like Youtube or social media pages.

Our method: We focus on making the learning experience as fun and interesting as possible. We think that is the best way to learn.

If you are unsure of what your level is, let us help you! Click here.

To sign up for the course send us an email to elansutbildning@gmail.com or fill in the form: