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Verbs describe actions, states or occurrences, e.g. 'read'.
Does the verb change depending on who is performing an action in Swedish?
Nouns identify classes of people, places or things, e.g. 'book'.
How many ways are there to make plural nouns in Swedish?
Pronouns are little words referring to nouns, e.g. 'it'.
Does Swedish make a distinction between 'you' singular and 'you' plural?
Words occur in a certain order in a clause, e.g. 'do you' and 'you do'.
Why does the subject frequently swap place with the verb in Swedish?
Adverbials describe circumstances accompanying the verb, e.g. 'quickly'.
How do you see the difference between adjectives and adverbs in Swedish?
Prepositions are short words that combine with nouns to express a modification, e.g. 'in'.
What common preposition in Swedish is a one-letter word?
Particle verbs are verbs followed by a small word that changes its meaning, e.g. 'check in'
Can one hear if a verb is a particle verb in Swedish?
Numbers are words used to count and to order, e.g. 'five'.
How do you abbreviate 'first' in Swedish?
Participles are formed from verbs, and used as adjectives and nouns, e.g. 'shining'.
What verbal form is the most common Swedish participle based on?
Questions require answers as opposed to statements.
How many ways are there to ask questions in Swedish?