Now you know how to talk about date and time in Swedish, let’s continue with some more special occasions, holidays and how to wish people well in Swedish.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Swedish“.
All the best!
Med vänliga hälsningar!
Grattis på födelsedagen!
Happy New Year!
Gott nytt år!
with all my heart / wholehearted
med hela mitt hjärta
Holidays & festive occasions
Christmas Eve [Sg]
Christmas Eve [Pl]
Pentecost / Whitsun
New Year’s Eve [Sg]
New Year’s Eve [Pl]
name day [Sg]
name days [Pl]
alla hjärtans dag
(att) bjuda in
(to) make a gift
(att) göra en gåva
Vocabulary & Phrases
birthday party [Sg]
birthday parties [Pl]
I invite you to the party!
Jag bjuder in dig till festen!
What would you like? / What do you want?
Vad skulle du vilja ha?
Vad vill du ha?
present / gift [Sg]
presents / gifts [Pl]
Vocabulary trainer: Holidays & Good wishes in Swedish
How do you say
Download your free language learning guide
Our free 18-page PDF ebook will teach you how to:
- Get (and stay) motivated learning a new language
- Achieve 80% of your goals with only 20% of the effort
- Make your learning experience more fun than ever
More Swedish lessons
- Numbers in Swedish
- Basic Conversation in Swedish
- Greeting & Farewell in Swedish
- Basic Swedish Verbs
- Basic Swedish Nouns
- Basic Swedish Adjectives
- Colors & Appearance in Swedish
- Countries & Languages in Swedish
- Date & Time in Swedish
- Food & Drinks in Swedish
- People & Professions in Swedish
- Family & Friends in Swedish
- Body & Health in Swedish
- Cities & Traffic in Swedish
- Travelling & Leisure time in Swedish
- Swedish videos
- Main page: Learn Swedish
Latest posts from our language learning blog
The language skills we possess always differ in quality. We may be great at reading, [...]
We all know that consistency is key when it comes to learning a new language. [...]
Speaking a new language has many benefits, so do you want to know how to go about learning a foreign tongue? In this article, you'll find out the best 5 ways to learn your language of choice. I can promise you one thing, becoming fluent in a language other than your mother tongue is definitely worthwhile.
Reasons for learning a new language may vary, but the rewards you'll reap from taking on a foreign tongue are definitely worthwhile. Why should you learn a foreign language? In this article, you'll find 5 good reasons to do so.