Learn the Nordic languages in classes offered this spring at Scandinavia House! In this course based on conversation and grammar, students will now deal with finesse and formal language. Instead of expanding our writing, we will focus on condensing. Discussions will span traditions, Vikings and lore, unwritten societal norms, leadership, work and family structures as well as poetry. This class will take place online only via Zoom.
At the end of the semester, students will know:
- Verbs with direct and indirect object
- Perfect Participle
- Verb particle with preposition
Students will be able to:
- Discuss superstition and folklore, film and have a wider knowledge of the structure between Swedish landscapes, counties and municipality.
Prerequisite: Swedish Intermediate 2 or equivalent. Instructions for remote learning will be emailed upon registration. For questions about language levels, please contact Malin Tybahl. Tuition $499 ($449.10 ASF Members); 15 hours total over 9 weeks.