Life doesn't always give us time for regular language classes and signing up for a course only to miss some of the lessons can be really demotivating. So, instead of holding weekly lessons, New in Sweden has one-off workshops so you can come when you want to and not pay for sessions you can't make.
Our workshops are packed full of language all around just one topic, so you learn as much as possible in each and every workshop.
8th October 2019 - All about food
15th October 2019 - All about conversations
22nd October 2019 - All around Sweden
Each workshop is in three levels at the following times:
A: 09:00 - 10:30
B: 11:00 - 12:30
C: 13:30 - 15:00
Read more about the workshops and book them here:
Word order and the Swedish education system - Swedish language workshop
21st January 2020
Learn how to get your words in the right order while getting to grips with how education operates in Sweden.
Verbs and Swedish community - Swedish language workshop
28th January 2020
Learn how to use verbs and a bit about community life in Sweden.
Practice your speaking! - Swedish language workshop
4th February 2020
Spend this workshop speaking and speaking, getting a lot of practice and improving both what you say and how you say it. This is a great workshop for improving your confidence in using Swedish when talking with Swedes.
Word formation and a bit about politics - Swedish language workshop
11th February 2020
Understand how to form your words while getting an idea of the basics of Swedish politics in this workshop.
Adjectives and describing things - Swedish language workshop
18th February 2020
Learn how to use adjectives to help you describe things and explain events.
There are three levels of each workshop so choose the one that suits you best. You can check your own level using this chart - click here to open the PDF.
Level A - Total beginners and those with a basic understanding
Level B - Improvers and Intermediate
Level C - Intermediate and Advanced
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Interesting bits and pieces about life in Sweden, including all-important song words.