How Well Do You Know Swedish Vocabulary?

Answer 60 questions and find out how well you know your Swedish vocabulary.

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Why take our Swedish Vocabulary Quiz?

Swedish is a widely spoken language with 10 million native speakers worldwide. It is also an official language of the European Union, making it an important language for international communication and trade. Sweden is known for its creative and forward-thinking mentality, food, natural beauty, and commitment to equality and social progress. Taking our Swedish Vocabulary Quiz can help you enhance your language skills and demonstrate your proficiency to potential employers or clients.

About the language

The Swedish language is predominantly spoken in Sweden but also holds significant status in parts of Finland as well as certain areas of Norway.

Originating from the North Germanic branch of Indo-European languages, it evolved from Old Norse during the Middle Ages. The speaker base extends beyond native speakers (particularly in Finland), boosting the total number of individuals capable of communicating in Swedish.

A unique feature of Swedish is its tone accent, an uncommon trait among European languages. This “singing” quality can alter word meanings based on pitch patterns, enhancing the expressiveness of the language.

The language also shares numerous cognates with English, easing the learning process for English speakers. Furthermore, Swedish frequently uses compound words, enabling an expansive and accurate vocabulary.

Swedish, an official language of the European Union, has global relevance beyond its native regions. This is largely due to Sweden’s significant contributions to design, technology, and environmental sustainability. Therefore, learning Swedish broadens communication abilities and offers valuable insights into a culture known for its creative and forward-thinking mentality.

Languages Related to Swedish

Below are a few languages that are related to Swedish in that they also belong to the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family:

Afrikaans German
Alsatian Icelandic
Danish Jeirriais
Dutch Luxembourgish
Faroese Norwegian
Flemish Scots
Frisian Yiddish
Did you know?

It is undoubtedly through the export of its culture that Sweden has had its global impact. Drawing inspiration from the stunning beauty of the land itself, its culture and traditions have maintained a vitality and simplicity that are now appreciated all over the world. Sweden is also the third-largest music-producing nation in the world with its most notable artists as ABBA, Roxette, and Avicii.

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