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  1. ... translate Swedish / English / Swedish and some other languages. THIS IS NOT a Google translation... have assisted in my little way. Be ...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 20/01/2009

  2. http://www.behindthename.com ^ That is probably one of the best places to look. They have almost every kind of name imagineable, I'm sure you'll be able to find what you're looking for.

    5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 08/02/2011

  3. ... are better than online translators (although it's hard not to be ). Varg made the same mistake in English and Swedish but it's a ridiculously small one. You wanted a fully accurate answer...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 21/04/2009

  4. ... wrong it does not make any sense at all BUT my theory is : i suppose he cant speak swedish and wanted to say i love you too, which would be : "jag älskar...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 28/08/2009

  5. ...helpful, however most Finns speak either English or Swedish , so that might be a little pointless. German would probably..., and Italian ( in that order) as they are very useful in ...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 13/05/2009

  6. ...to find a Bachelors course in English . But you do need to be proficient in both Swedish and English (and have the grades to prove it) since some lectures and books...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 21/02/2009

  7. ...he "speaks this language", or he would (a) have translated in correctly and (b) have been able to tell you what "this language" is ! (It's Swedish .) Perhaps he is waiting for a correct answer to copy and paste...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 20/03/2009

  8. As have been stated. There is no direct translation. Depends a bit on the context. The closest that I can think of is "gosh".

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 06/08/2013

  9. ...there was one English -speaking person in a class, the class would be taught in English . im not too sure what university this was , but apparently its pretty common

    3 Answers · Travel · 25/04/2010

  10. ...lot similar. Swedish is a germanic language, which means that it is very close to English and German, among others. Swedish has an easy grammar, even though a bit tricky sometimes, so I wouldn't...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 11/07/2011

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