Why would you have to learn the Swedish language? Well, it could be a noble reason such as practicing your mother tongue or participating in saving a language from absolute extinction. It is said... More > that there are ten million people who speak the Swedish language. In Sweden alone, there are only about 5.5% of people who use the language and the number has been consistently dwindling over the years.
Perhaps the second most pressing reason why you should learn the Swedish language is that you have a new Swedish wife and you are in desperate need to be at ease in her family's company. You can also learn the language in an attempt to learn something new while doing something that's sensible on your free time.
This book covers everything you need to know about speaking swedish such as:
- Basic swedish phrases
- Swedish alphabet
- nouns and cases
- articles and demonstratives
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This is a book showcasing a taste of Jamaica's Folklore Culture as told by an old Indian woman in her late seventies to her grandchildren and neighbours.
She highlights the need for Jamaicans to be... More > proud of their Jamaican Dialect and speak it as often as they can.
This book is written in both Standard English and Jamaican Creole known also as Jamaican Patois/Patwa.< Less
Solutions to "Applied Finite Mathematics" by collection editor Rupinder. This text contains all solutions worked out by Tyler Wallace. The actual text contains lecture notes in odd chapters... More > and practice problems in even chapters. Thus this solutions manual only contains even chapters as follows: Linear Equations, Matrices, Linear Programming: A Geometrical Approach, Linear Programming: The Simplex Method, Mathematics of Finance, Sets and Counting, Probability, More Probability, Markov Chains, Game Theory, Practice Exam< Less