Last modified: 22 May 2019 17:07
This course follows on Swedish 3. In addition to building vocabulary and confidence, you will learn to use the passive mood as well as practise classic Swedish dilemmas, such as “tycker”, “tänker”, “tror” and “känner”. You will also read a book in Swedish and write a book review.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
This course follows on Swedish 3. Apart from continuing to build vocabulary and confidence, we will also learn to use the passive mood (e.g. “the book is written” or “the murderer was arrested”) and the past participle (“the arrested murderer”) as well as practise classic Swedish dilemmas, such as “tycker”, “tänker”, “tror” and “känner”. You will read a book in Swedish and write a book review.
There are four compulsory seminars each week, with active practise and cultural elements interspersed.
If you have previous knowledge of Swedish, please contact the course tutor Mrs Anna Bokedal for an assessment of which course is the most suitable for you.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
Weekly formative assessment of different aspects of written Swedish.
Additional informal feedback on performance and workshop participation is also given.