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Vocabulary Lists Top 15 Questions You Should Know for Conversations

Top 15 Questions You Should Know for Conversations

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Where are you from?
Var kommer du ifrån?
Where are you from?
Du låter brittisk. Var kommer du ifrån?
You sound British. Where are you from?
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How old are you?
Hur gammal är du?
How old are you?
Du måste vara tjugoett för att komma in här. Hur gammal är du?
You must be 21 to enter here. How old are you?
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What's your phone number?
Vad har du för telefonnummer?
What's your phone number?
Jag skulle vilja ringa dig. Vad har du för telefonnummer?
I would like to call you. What's your phone number?
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What's your name?
Vad heter du?
What's your name?
Jag heter Peter. Vad heter du?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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How are you?
Hur mår du?
How are you?
What's this?
Vad är det här?
What's this?
What did you say?
Vad sa du?
What did you say?
Where do you work?
Vart jobbar du?
Where do you work?
Where is the bathroom?
Var är toaletten?
Where is the bathroom?
Where do you live?
Vart bor du?
Where do you live?
When is your birthday?
När är din födelsedag?
When is your birthday?
Where did you learn Swedish?
Var lärde du dig svenska?
Where did you learn Swedish?
How long have you been studying Swedish?
Hur länge har du studerat svenska?
How long have you been studying Swedish?
Have you been to Sweden?
Har du varit i Sverige?
Have you been to Sweden?
Do you like Swedish food?
Gillar du svensk mat?
Do you like Swedish food?
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SwedishPod101.com
Saturday at 1:16 pm
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Hey listeners! Did we miss any other common questions? Leave a comment and tell us what other questions you use a lot!

Team SwedishPod101.com
Wednesday at 12:55 am
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Hej Nabel,


Great! Let us know if you have any questions! 👍


VickyT

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Nabel Mera
Friday at 12:28 am
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bra för att lära mig Svenska

Swedishpod101.com
Friday at 10:54 pm
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Hej Alison,

Vilken bra svar! :wink:


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Alison
Thursday at 8:25 am
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Hahaha Hej Vicky,


Jag säger min familjs hisoty är i Sverige och jag känner mig väldigt dragen till det och jag hoppas att bo där en dag .


Tack för svaret:thumbsup:

Swedishpod101.com
Wednesday at 11:24 pm
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Hej Alison,

That's a good question. What did you reply? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


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Alison
Monday at 2:54 pm
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Jag för frågan på jobbet: Varför lär du dig svenska och

är det svårt att lara sig?


Alison

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Tuesday at 3:01 pm
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Hej Ruba!


Jättebra frågor!

Dom frågorna är väldigt vanliga! :thumbsup:


Eller kanske, Vad gör du på fritiden?


Ha det bra!

Engla

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ruba
Sunday at 10:50 pm
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Har du syskon? Hur många? eller Hur många syskon har du?

Är du gift?

Vad studerar du?

Vad talar du för språk? eller Hur många språk kan du?



Tack och hälsningar!


Ruba

SwedishPod101.com
Wednesday at 6:39 pm
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Hej Nola!


VERY good question! Even many Swedes don't know the difference of "var" and "vart".


Vart indicates direction and an activity has to be involved. For example "Where are you going?" would be "Vart ska du?". "To where did you move?" = "Vart flyttade du?".


Var indicates location and is used for something static that doesn't move. For example "Where do you live?" would be "Var bor du?". "Where is my sock?" = "Var är min strumpa?".


Many Swedes use "vart" for everything, which is wrong... Actually even the writer of this lesson has got it wrong sometimes, I saw now :sweat_smile: So sorry about that.


Tack så mycket!

Engla

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Nola
Friday at 9:04 pm
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"Vart jobbar du? " or "Var jobbar du?"

"Vart bor du?" or "Var bor du?"

When should use "Var", and when should use "Vart"?

Thanks!