This lesson will teach you to describe the colors and appearance of people and things in Swedish. Learn to express whether something is big or small, red or green, beautiful of ugly.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Swedish“.
light / clear
Appearance & attributes
large / big
kind / pleasant
unkind / unpleasant
tall (When talking about people)
middle sized (When talking about people)
small (When talking about people)
thin / slim
nice / pretty
ill / sick
happy / cheerful
nice / amiable
Questions & phrases
What does he look like?
Hur ser han ut?
What does she look like?
Hur ser hon ut?
What is he like?
Hur är han?
What is she like?
Hur är hon?
Vocabulary trainer: Colors & Appearance in Swedish
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What is she like?
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