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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hello, Listeners! Let's practice 'Thank you' and 'You're welcome' in swedish here.

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Friday at 5:08 pm
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Hej Sue,

We're so happy you liked it!


"Äsch" is typically used at the beginning of a sentence, and sometimes even independently! 👍


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Sue
Tuesday at 8:50 pm
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Hej,


The "Cultural Insights" is awesome!

But I have a question for for Quick Tip #1, where should we add the "äsch"?

Should it be added before or after "det var inget"?

I.e. should it be "det var inget äsch" or "äsch det var inget"?


Tack så mycket!

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Thursday at 12:46 am
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Hi Esther,


Great to have you here!


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Esther
Wednesday at 12:06 am
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Tack så mycket for this lesson!

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Sunday at 9:41 am
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Hi Jerrylyn,


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Jerrylyn
Saturday at 2:11 am
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Just one thing I noticed is when breaking down a word it is completely understandable but when it is pronounced fully as one word it sounds like the other letters is almost not there anymore or not heard, so it almost sounds like a short cut slang or something..very fascinating.

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Thursday at 7:19 pm
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Makel
Thursday at 1:40 am
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Do you guys have an app??

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Wednesday at 6:30 pm
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Hi Lars,


Thank you for posting.


The music was especially made for our SwedishPod101.com. We’re glad for your positive feedback!👍


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Cristiane

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Lars
Wednesday at 1:52 pm
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What's the name of the intro and outro song? It's catchy