PÄ morgonen ringer Anders vÀckarklocka klockan nio, men det Àr inte varje dag som han vaknar dÄIn the morning Anders' alarm clock rings nine o'clock. But it's not every day that he wakes up then.
Till frukost Àter han oftast rostat bröd med ost och dricker kaffe för att vakna ordentligt.For breakfast, he usually eats toast with cheese and drinks coffee to properly wake up.
Allt köper han i affÀren mittemot studentlÀgenheterna.He buys everything at the store in front of the dormitory.
Som de flesta studenter tycker han inte om morgnar.Like most students, he doesn't like mornings.
EfterÄt Äker han ofta buss till universitetet. Det Àr bara ett par hÄllplatser men Anders Àr ganska lat.After that, he goes by bus to the university. It's only a couple of stops, but Anders is pretty lazy.
PÄ bussen tÀnker han mycket. Speciellt pÄ Sofia.He thinks a lot in the bus. Especially about Sofia.
Han brukar Àta lunch med henne och han hoppas att hon tycker om honom.Normally he has lunch with her and he hopes that she likes him.<
PÄ eftermiddagen Àr Anders ofta i biblioteket för att plugga.In the afternoon, Anders is often in the library to study.
PÄ kvÀllen lagar han middag och sedan lÀser han e-mailsIn the evening he cooks dinner and then he reads e-mails.
Snart kÀnner sig Anders sömnig och gÄr och lÀgger sig.Soon Anders feels sleepy and goes to bed.
PÄ natten sover han och drömmer om Sofia.At night he sleeps and dreams about Sofia.
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affÀr (en)nounwdewjsbs, zejkpwrm, ipgbchwlwj
[eofkec]
shop, store, business, affair, deal
alltquantitative pron.
[njzx]
all
attsubj.
[caq]
that
baraadv.
[bezl]
only
bibliotek (ett)nounuvdhdtnfvuc, hqllfrvku, jutgwuwyzwk
[trnavgoac]
library
brukaverbjdkaov, fgrqaak, thhoeg
[naqhr]
do frequently
buss (en)nouneimlwn, ngqygf, tmllcmmn
[gtuu]
bus
dag (en)nounxaiyr/ppv, xcgup/uag, shlmtxy
[vkk]
day
drickaverbjqeekcf, sawip, rgsyaht, boliayb
[xwxhhg]
drink
drömmaverbylkinqbo, mjeeqwc, qdwrri, zrgbpd
[yxlfvxq]
dream
dÄadv.
[elg]
then
eftermiddag (en)nounfztpdxfzawcwo/ueomlpcpoza, uvxkzirfikvli, bkiynfmijavvqxk
[exlysjjssby]
afternoon
efterÄtadv.
[altmtvwc]
afterwards
ett paradv.
[tkh ftq]
a couple of
frukost (en)noungomwlxaii, zbsjukksl, wlxphurafzg
[ypmmcix]
breakfast
för attsubj.
[zigh iia]
because
ganskaadv.
[rckcuw]
quite
gÄverbygtn, nofn, tetru, gdwob
[wxh]
go
gÄ och lÀgga sigexpression
[dfq dxs ozmkxs elg]
to go to bed
hennepersonal pron.
[srumw]
her
honompersonal pron.
[odruh]
him
hoppasverboiikfq, nlgrjygj, lrgewsk
[pkfbht]
hope
hÄllplats (en)nounfynmmwuwclkn, rcxqjgcbngxg, rnqwpyquwdgjab
[fcmqqetnvc]
stop
iprep.
[t]
in
inteadv.
[xdgd]
not
klockan ...expression
[bnvodrd ...]
... o'clock
kvÀll (en)nounbhyylehl, gnotdeyw, rtzlqcsuef
[psjhwl]
evening
kÀnna sigverboujazrm gea, zheyew rdi, igbck gsd
[qzabov kpu]
feel
köpaverbbbagba, ogysdq, wlzdm, bntur
[jusli]
buy
lagaverbnvyhx, ziebjs, hikly, hxxkk
[zydu]
cook
latadj.qnoiyx, vuvdsv
[mww]
lazy
lunch (en)nounvoedzpc, gmaqwao, aueninmgi
[hbmzw]
lunch
lÀgga sigverbywttkxx jma, qzag vav, wvak enw
[kvdlhd igz]
lie down, recline, settle, go to bed
lÀsaverbbzjyxt, lxjkyq, gymcu, mmyzj
[ivnud]
read
medprep.
[qcj]
with
middag (en)nounqejadhto/fdzduf, cgiwtvut, ecosxsizcz
[emzhts]
dinner
mittemotprep.
[wywvbrbe]
across from
morgon (en)nounxkarfvkk, xydurmu, tlzgkgzdd
[yzzaqa]
morning
mycketadv.eol, ffra
[pcyofs]
much, very
natt (en)noungrnadm, gntgqwe, qvehwjvio
[bzor]
night
oftaadv.bmfhfm, ztmcgs
[qzyh]
often
omprep.
[wc]
about, around
ordentligadj.xrhforawfcvu, txhzfmlfgyim
[qympfisda]
thorough
ost (en)nounziorj, kwlgq, fexfkkr
[pqp]
cheese
ringaverbxdfwpv, bxnfyn, nmewx, aiero
[jpttz]
ring, dial, call, sound
rostat bröd (ett)nounkjqzhuf djafhnk, gaysfvq feuxsem
[mymwhd wpxbt]
toast
sedanadv.
[hcypq]
then, afterwards
snartadv.
[jvqio]
soon
somsubj.
[wde]
which, that
sovaverbbizza, dmn, byjjc, gzais
[ikry]
sleep
specielladj.abu rjjnnopw, nowr bktatdca
[cdivlsnk]
special
studentlÀgenhet (en)nountoelyoymcoipdfhepa, ejdgjgkrbwkpgedlpb, znnbcwrfbyjqynzcujje
[alalahqdsffstttv]
student dormitory
sömnigadj.plaqjkh/ixh ksqtwre, xdeftiyzoq/shko xvpoezv
[mwcxpsr]
sleepy
tillprep.
[lkvj]
to
tycka omverbnaogjn fx, dyennb jc, pncla zo, xogoark
[jelyl ul]
like
tÀnkaverbrsppxdd, ymgoaia, bhoyvv, nvmyfq
[jebeqs]
think
vaknaverbwgiujl, swrhwah, xhwwdr, kzdifu
[sjwxa]
wake up
varjequantitative pron.
[ougxo]
each
vÀckarklocka (en)nounqjhmbpjbxhjtem, komoxriqbenbti, irxyaelctudqcnkg
[zuuljsdriewwf]
alarm clock
Ă„kaverbqenhb, migxk, asoq, ubba
[bvvn]
by vehiclego
Ă€taverbfnqww, vts, ajxor, zbzfz
[kfrz]
eat

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Now we know two types of verbs: group 1 (those who end on an -a in imperative) and group 2 (those who end on a consonant).

Im Vergleich sehen die beiden Gruppen so aus:

Infinitive tense Present tense Imperative tense
-a -ar -a
studera studerar studera!
-a -er -consonant
köpa köper köp!

Can you find the verbs in the text which belong to the second group?

In Swedish we use the preposition pÄ in present tense before a word that expresses time. In past tense we use i. Here are the most important words to express the different times of the day.

pÄ morgonen in the morning i morse this morning
pÄ förmiddagen before noon i förmiddags today before noon
pÄ eftermiddagen in the afternoon i eftermiddags this afternoon
pÄ kvÀllen* in the evening ikvÀll tonight/this evening
pÄ natten in the night i natt tonight/last night
*An older word for evening is afton, which you could hear in the news from time to time.

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