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The Local - 11 jan 21 kl. 15:19

The Swedish coronavirus laws you need to know about in 2021



It's impossible to predict exactly what legal changes we'll see in Sweden this year due to the pandemic, but here are the laws that the government currently has on the agenda..
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The Local - 22 apr 20 kl. 11:00

Opinion: An American perspective on the Swedish coronavirus strategy

How do we measure the human and social costs of our countries' coronavirus strategies, ask Stockholm-based researchers Andrea M Voyer and Jason J Czarnezki..

The Local - 17 aug 18 kl. 13:13

13 sure signs you've mastered the Swedish language

Anyone who's attempted it will admit that the Swedish language has its tricky aspects. The unique sounds, the rules regarding word order, and the frankly obscene number of plural forms all make it difficult to master, leaving many learners uncertain how to reply when asked the inevitable questions of 'do you speak Swedish?' and the ensuing 'so are you fluent?

The Local - 12 nov 13 kl. 08:04

Is the Swedish Model the fairest of them all?

A lot of people talk about the Swedish Model, but what is it really? The Local trains its eyes on one of the hallmarks of the Swedish labour market, and the bloodshed from which it was born..

The Local - 22 maj 18 kl. 17:23

Is Anglicization a threat to the Swedish language?

If you've spent time in Sweden, you'll have noticed that English (and Swenglish) is everywhere: in adverts, on TV, in schools, and probably in the responses you get from well-meaning Swedes when you're trying to practice Swedish. But just how much of an impact has English actually had on the Swedish language – and on Swedish society more widely? And is it a threat or an opportunity?.

The Local - 22 okt 18 kl. 11:18

Quiz: How many words from the Swedish university exam do you know?

Every year, tens of thousands of people sit the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test, the results of which can be used on university applications. Take The Local's quiz, based on the vocabulary section of the test, to see how many of these tricky Swedish words you understand..

The Local - 21 okt 19 kl. 16:01

Quiz: Can you pass the Swedish university exam? PART ONE

Every year, tens of thousands of people sit the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test, the results of which can be used on university applications. Take The Local's English version of the Swedish vocabulary section of the test, to see how many of these tricky words you understand..

The Local - 21 okt 19 kl. 16:01

Quiz: Can you pass the Swedish university exam? PART TWO

Every year, tens of thousands of people sit the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test, the results of which can be used on university applications. Take The Local's English version of the Swedish vocabulary section of the test to see how many of these tricky words you understand..

The Local - 25 maj 12 kl. 14:15

The Swedish media and the 'Tooth Fairy State'

A recent report admonishing Swedes about their dental hygiene prompts Swedish journalist and columnist Ola Tedin to reflect on how a sometimes uncritical media appears to serve the interests of the Swedish state..

The Local - 31 aug 17 kl. 06:59

Får får får? Hacking the trickiest word in the Swedish language

When does 'får' mean sheep and when does it mean 'get'? Swedish teacher Sara Hörberg explains one of the most difficult words in the Swedish language..

The Local - 28 dec 18 kl. 12:53

These 33 words entered the Swedish language in 2018

A list of 33 new words that entered the Swedish language and helped define Swedish society in 2018 has been unveiled by the country's top word experts. Here's a look at all the new entries and just what they mean..

The Local - 11 apr 19 kl. 08:14

'It's unique': The Swedish view as Brexit talks move to the next stage

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven welcomed a deal to extend Brexit until October, and expressed delight that the UK was taking a leaf out of the Swedish political playbook..

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