A phone and a PC in Swedish
Your phone and PC in Swedish
There are many tips and tricks that could help you learn new languages much faster. Your mobile phone and PC is something that you know well and use very often, that’s way you can switch on the Swedish language on these devices. Let’s ingest new phrases and vocabulary!
One can do a wide variety of activities on his/her phone or PC. A whole bunch of new vocabulary will come quickly and easily and literally with no effort, once you change the language on your device. Check the bellow listed vocabulary and phrases connected with mobiles, PCs etc.
a mobile phone
Jag behöver ladda min mobil.
I need to charge my phone.
att ringa någon
to call someone
att skriva och skicka ett meddelande
to write and send a message
Time for a little break. Breathe in and breathe out and relax … Let’s continue with emails and get in touch with connected vocabulary and phrases.
Vad är din mejladress?
What is your email address?
Hur mycket mejl har du i din inkorg?
How many emails do you have in your inbox?
att bifoga en fil
to attach a file
Spara som ett utkast
Save as an draft
Do you see how many new and actually beneficial vocabulary we can learn by changing the language on our devices? The best thing in making your devices “Swedish” is that you don’t lose the touch with the language and that is exactly what we need. Do you want more? Okey, I am going to add some more phrases for you:
dela på Facebook
share on Facebook
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