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Studying Swedish in Krakow


Zaij 3 | 6
1 Feb 2010 #1
Hey, I'm doing my masters in Krakow at the moment and I was wondering if anyone knew where I could get Swedish language lessons, preferably in English but polish can be done as well.

Thanks,
Zaij.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
1 Feb 2010 #2
Well, not in Kraków but you can try free lessons here from SzwedwPolsce, Sasha and myself.

You can also try the broken version of Swedish some people refer to as Norwegian LOL - Grunwald will hook you up there... ;)

Lycka till (good luck)

Just kidding about giving lessons but feel free to PM every now and then if you have question...
Olaf 6 | 956
5 Feb 2010 #3
Hi,

first step would be to check university courses, there is some faculty with Swedish.

bpz.ae.krakow.pl/kurs_jezyka_szwedzkiego_2.html

Also private language schools or private lessons:

e-korepetycje.net/malopolskie/krakow/jezyk-szwedzki

here's a price list for a course in one of language schools:

lingualand.pl/szwedzki-cennik.html

Ol.
easybabe - | 14
18 Feb 2010 #4
thanks those are good links there
Balefirestorm
1 Mar 2010 #5
I'm a native speaker of Swedish (and I speak English fluently), and I'm staying in Kraków. If you're interested in lessons, you can contact me on the following mail address: Balefirestorm@gmail.

- Kristian
Mr Grunwald 22 | 1,635
1 Mar 2010 #6
You can also try the broken version of Swedish

???

some people refer to as Norwegian LOL

In spoken language maybe but not all, I challalnge you to duel talk with a Bergenser! Merry torture!

Grunwald will hook you up there... ;)

Ikke om jeg fa** meg skulle ta og rive ut ba*** ut av plo***** dine!

Lycka till (good luck)

Lykke til and Good luck!

Swedish can be quite helpfull in communication with SOME Fins and most Norwegians, maybe not that much with Danes, but it can be helpful!
skysoulmate 14 | 1,297
3 Mar 2010 #7
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In spoken language maybe but not all, I challalnge you to duel talk with a Bergenser! Merry torture!

Frequent traveler to Norge as my sister lives there. I was joking of course, you know, typical Swe-Nor rivalry.

Ikke om jeg fa** meg skulle ta og rive ut ba*** ut av plo***** dine!

Really? All three?

Swedish can be quite helpfull in communication with SOME Fins and most Norwegians, maybe not that much with Danes, but it can be helpful!

Used to travel to Lapua and Kuopio, Finland to see my then girlfriend's family. Both cities are in the Finnish only region but I never had any problem getting around there, they all seemed to speak some Swedish or at least to understand it.

As far as Swedish and Danish - I have a few friends working for SAS. One of them (a Swede) told me that Danes seem to understand Swedes just fine but it's more difficult the other way around. He said often you'll hear a Dane clarifying something in English and the Swede will reply in Swedish... LOL
MBB - | 1
1 Oct 2010 #8
Hi,
I'm also looking for some Swedish course, preferably language school's one, someone attended and could recommend. This Lingualand seems good...

MBB
Lyzko
9 Apr 2011 #9
Zaij, only wondering whether Polish or English is your native language. If it's Polish, I'd think Polish would make more sense. Then again, if it's English, many Swedes obviously will speak English far more comfortably than Polish. Either way, it's usually best to learn a foreign language in the target language you're learning, super tough though it can be at firstLOL
Leopejo 4 | 120
9 Apr 2011 #10
they all seemed to speak some Swedish or at least to understand it.

On the other hand Finns often speak English with Swedes, both in informal settings and in the job environment.
Lyzko
9 Apr 2011 #11
..although I've found they speak much better Swedish than English, the latter of which they typically prefer since it has the cache Swedish simply doesn't have-:)


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