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My name is Joakim and this is my baby. I’m the founder of Say It In Swedish and, oh boy, am I glad that you are reading this.
I started this site to move language learning into the future and to help people interested in Sweden, with their roots in Sweden, traveling to Sweden or migrating to Sweden to get on their feet. Languages belong to the people speaking it and I wanted to make Swedish more accessible to everyone.
So who the fudge am I? I was born and raised just outside Stockholm. I’ve got a history in music and tech but I’m also a passionate language learner. You could even call me a polyglot with a deep interest in his mother tongue. I’m trying to put all my knowledge into this project to teach you how Swedes really speak and not what a text book thinks that they speak.
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When you see a word card on our site, there are sometimes variants of the word. For verbs these are present tense, simple past (preterite), supinum (used in perfect and pluperfect), and participle (used for adjective constructions). For nouns these are the definite form, indefinite plural, and definite plural. For adjectives or adverbs these are suggestions on comparative and superlative.
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