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Let's be honest, if you are not planning on living in Sweden learning Swedish may not be first on your list of new foreign languages to learn or master. Although, the fact that you know the language might be useful in many situations even though it's not as huge and common languages as Spanish, Chinese or other languages. The first benefit lies in the fact that it is the second official language of its neighbor, Finland. Learning the language can open up two countries from the start. Practice shows that students whose first language is English or who is fluent in English have much easier time understanding and learning Swedish. The reason for this is English, German and even French had their impacts on Swedish. The similarity of words in Swedish and English will surprise you once you start your Swedish course. Moreover, you will be able to see the link to many other Indo-European languages. First of all, we are talking about closest languages to Swedish such as Icelandic, Danish and Norwegian. Danish or Norwegian texts will be easy to grasp once you know how t oread in Swedish, the difference between Scandinavian languages will be in the pronunciation. Traveling is of course another good reason to consider learning this dialect. It might be even more useful if you consider staying in Sweden longer. It is also worth mentioning that Swedes like many other Europeans speak good English, so you will not feel totally handicapped expressing yourself, of course mastering Swedish will be a big advantage for you if you want to develop closer relations with your friends or hosts. If you want to make new friends or show your respect for the country you are visiting, learning their language will be a good way to express it.

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