|>||Private Tutoring in Swedish for up to two participants.|
|>||Customized curriculum on the days and times that suit your schedule.|
|>||Flexible training packages with 5, 10, 15 or 20 lessons.|
The goal with our continuation courses in Swedish is to develop work-related Swedish, so that participants are prepared to take the next step in their careers. The courses train the participants in everyday Swedish, as well as business Swedish. Swedish B1 is suitable for groups who have good basic skills in Swedish. Swedish B2 is for groups who have very good skills in Swedish. At Upgrades, we can help test the levels of your participants to identify the group level.
Our continuation courses in Swedish are designed to develop the participants’ Swedish in an effective and motivating way. We alternate theoretical instruction in grammar, comprehension and communication with exercises linked to the Swedish work atmosphere. In order for the course to be as useful as possible, we focus on both oral and written and communication.
Between the classes, we challenge the participants to work independently through exercises, as well as online and app-based language training.
Our continuation courses in Swedish consist of ten lessons. We recommend one to two sessions per week. During the Swedish B1 course, we focus on oral and written communication. The goal is for participants to be able to participate in simple discussions, instructions, society, culture and tradition as well as to distinguish between spoken and written language. Grammatical focus areas: the main clause; subordinate clause; differences between verb tenses – perfect, past and future; differences between adjectives and adverbs; reflexive and indefinite pronouns; prepositions of time and conjunctions. During the Swedish B2 course, we take an even further step with the language. The goal of this course is to enable participants to express most of their thoughts – both written and spoken. They should also be able to understand and talk about current events; therefore, we include newspaper articles, fiction, radio and television as integral parts of this course.