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* [http://www.loecsen.com/travel/discover_pop.php?lang=en&to_lang=23&learn-Swedish/ Learn and listen to useful expressions in Swedish]
 
* [http://www.loecsen.com/travel/discover_pop.php?lang=en&to_lang=23&learn-Swedish/ Learn and listen to useful expressions in Swedish]
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== Reference to German language ==
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Is it really good to link to the German language as it is now for ä and ö. Many people don't know German and now there isn't even a link to the text of how to pronounce ä or ö in German. I therefore suggest that we could copy how ä and ö is explained in the German article (if that article is better) or at least give a link to that site. Another way could be to give both an instruction of how to pronounce and also to say it is the same as it is in German. [[User:Averater|Averater]] 12:05, 30 March 2010 (EDT)

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Can someone who knows Swedish pronunciation well enough go through and clean up the phoneticization using the Wikitravel:Pseudo-phoneticization guide? -nick 15:48, 24 Oct 2004 (EDT)

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Reference to German language

Is it really good to link to the German language as it is now for ä and ö. Many people don't know German and now there isn't even a link to the text of how to pronounce ä or ö in German. I therefore suggest that we could copy how ä and ö is explained in the German article (if that article is better) or at least give a link to that site. Another way could be to give both an instruction of how to pronounce and also to say it is the same as it is in German. Averater 12:05, 30 March 2010 (EDT)

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