Greeting & Farewell in Swedish

Greeting & Farewell in Swedish2017-11-27T08:21:29+00:00

Before we take a deep dive into Swedish conversations, let’s get some basics down. This lesson will teach you how to say hello, goodbye, see you tomorrow and other useful phrases in Swedish.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Swedish“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Saying Hello and Goodbye

Previous lesson:

Swedish in Three Minutes – Greetings

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Greeting

EnglishSwedishPronunciation
(Audio)
Hello!
Hallå!
Good morning! / Good Day!
Godmorgon!
Good evening!
God afton!
Good night!
God kväll!
Welcome! (informal)
Välkommen!
Welcome! (formal)
Välkommen!
Welcome back!
Välkommen åter!

Farewell

EnglishSwedishPronunciation
(Audio)
Bye!
Adjö!
Goodbye!
Hejdå!
Sleep well!
Sov gott!
So long!
Hejdå!
See you tomorrow!
Ses imorgon!
Farewell!
Farväl!
Get out of here!
Stick!

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