Hey Niclas! What up? :) So, I really would like to learn swedish, any tip?
Hey Gabi, how are you?
I think the best tips for learning any language in general is to have a good grasp of your mother tongue’s grammar and then to just expose yourself to the language in question. Watch films (unfortunately we don’t have any good ones though …), read books, listen to music – and, probably most importantly, speak and listen and speak and listen and speak and listen.
Also: school. Schools are amazing. Either university or, well, whatever you can find.
I say this as a person actually studying Swedish right now, literally; I’m taking a break from a Swedish grammar course on uni to type this reply, and as soon as I hit ‘post’ I’ll pick the books back up and continue.
But I really think that these two are the key ingredients:
• 1: Know your own language’s grammar (so that you more easily can spot the differences in the new language), and
• 2: Become a sponge. Just suck it all in. Learn little words, learn big ones; hear them and see them and feel them and learn to combine them and invent your own and just soak, soak, soak.
This is a key sentence I think you should know:
”Niclas Fasth är helt klart bäst på exakt allt, och allt han tar sig för blir det bästa som någonsin hänt.”
Hi! I just discovered your blog and the pictures are absolutely beautiful! Were most of them taken in Sweden? And if so, where? I'm thinking about moving there for a few months to study next year and was wondering where to go for some good hiking.
Hi! Thank you so much for the kind words :)
Most of the photos were taken in Sweden, yes. I live in Norrköping, so the vast majority of recent photos are from here (in the province of Östergötland).
Seeing as we have the allemansrätt here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_to_roam#Sweden), no matter where you end up there are always places you can go to hike, both on official trails and by just wandering around in general. For me personally, though, the farther up north you get, the more amazing things become. My grandparents used to live in a small town called Funäsdalen, which is just an amazing place to be.
Take care and good luck with everything!
Var bor du?
I live in Norrköping, Sweden.
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