Jag heter Daniel.
As I live in Italy and work in a language school here, I spend most of my online time over at onlineitalianclub.com.
But for a year or so, on the suggestion of that club’s members, I’ve been learning Swedish.
Who knew how similar it is to English??
Apart from the pronunciation (sorry, but it’s HORRIBLE), Swedish is much easier for a native English speaker like me than, say, a Latin-origin language like French, Spanish or Italian.
Wonder why they don’t teach it in schools?
And Sweden has öl (beer) and älg (moose), too.
What’s not to like?
Anyway, I’m currently a weak A2 level. In 2018 I hope to improve that a lot!
Follow me as I work towards the end of my current level (by June, I hope) and then begin B1 level.
While learning, I plan to create exercises using the material I come across, review the resources for learning Swedish I find online, and generally share my exeriences with anyone else learning this fascinating language.