If it's any consolation to you, I didn't know that one either, although I usually score high on vocabulary tests.1. sätta sitt ljus under skäppan
Many of them are 'translated' in the Norstedts online En-Sw/Sw-En dictionary, which is free of charge.Of course I'm interested in improving my score on the test, but more importantly I'd like to be able to recognize such idioms when I hear them on TV or in conversations. Since taking the test last month, for example, I've already heard the expression "få sina fiskar varma" twice.
Thank you^^Look in the resources thread in Nordic Languages, it's full of amazing stuff.
The best one is by far the online course that is run by the University of Iceland, which is at icelandic.hi.is.
But yeah, the lessons are usually quite hard to understand, it's difficult to break through, but with a background in Old Norse, you'll have no problem~!
http://sv.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Huvudsida är mycket bra!I already have few good website for verbs conjugator like lexin and verbix, but none of them give the perfekt participle.
Does anyone know a good site?
Tack så mycket.
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If you have specific requests or queries, I might be able to help.
I'm in South Africa, on the other end of the earth from Sweden, & with no-one to pronounce Swedish tones for me. I have been scouring the net for resources, especially audio, but there's precious little.
Can anyone help? Paying for software, etc., is unfortunately not possible.