Swedish is used in Sweden, parts of neighboring Finland, and Åland.
|Items shown below:||Standard Swedish, Åstol dialect, Gutnish, Pitemål dialect, Tåsjömål dialect, and the Swedish language game Rövarspråk|
See also Old Swedish.
shown using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue
Writing system information at Omniglot
Alternate names for Swedish include Svenska and Ruotsi
The Åstol dialect of Swedish is used in Åstol, on the western coast of Sweden.1) Vâr ä mitt römm?
Gutnish, sometimes classified as a dialect of Swedish and sometimes considered a distinct language, is used in the Gotland and Fårö islands of Sweden.Mainland Gutnish (Gutamål)
Language information at Wikipedia
See also Old Gutnish
The Pitemål dialect of Swedish is used in and around the city of Piteå, Sweden.1) Vårs jär stögon mijn?
Language information at Wikipedia (in Swedish)
The Tåsjömål dialect of Swedish is used in Tåsjö, Västernorrland County, Sweden.1) Varsch ä mitt rom?
Rövarspråk is a Swedish language game popularized by Astrid Lindgren's books featuring Kalle Blomkvist.
In the books, children use it as a code while playing and while solving actual crimes.
More information at Wikipedia
More games are on my language game page
|The four essential
travel phrases in English:
1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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