Some English Needs No Translation For Swedish because the words similar Swedish to will enable understanding of what is meant.
Use the spelling and/or sound of each English word similar to Swedish to help you figure out its meaning.
So from the key words similar to Swedish you should be able to make out the meanings of the other English connecting words that are not similar to Swedish. Use the words similar to Swedish as clues to the meanings of the other English words.
Try to just get the overall meaning of each sentence without trying to translate each unfamiliar English word. Many are like sentences in Swedish that express ideas you have said or heard often before.
Consider each sentence as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. See how far down the list you can get.
This list starts with the easiest English sentences for Swedish-speakers to figure out, and then progresses to more challenging ones.
[In the following pronunciation guide, only English words pronounced like Swedish are included now, enclosed in single quotation marks. The rest of the English pronunciations will be added later.]
Some English Needs No Translation For Swedish
ENGLISH -- [SAY SWEDISH]
Where are we?
Where is a park? [‘park’]
Where is a bar? [‘bar’]
Where is an opera?
Where is a concert?
Where is a jazz club? [‘klub’]
Where is a gay club? [‘gay klub’]
Where is pop music? [‘pop’]
Where is jazz?
Where is a club with live music? [‘klub’ ‘live’]
Where is a club with local music? [‘klub’]
Where is a gym?
Where is a casino? [‘kasino’]
Where is the bus terminal?
Where is the business center in the hotel?
Where is the synagogue?
Where is the tennis match?
What is the telephone number?
What is the fax number? [‘fax’]
Can you recommend a hotel? [‘kan’ ‘hotel’]
Can you recommend a hotel in Stockholm? [‘kan’ ‘hotel’]
Can you recommend a spa? [‘kan’ ‘spa’]
Can you recommend a pub? [‘kan’]
Can you recommend a cafe? [‘kan’ ‘kafé’]
Can you recommend a restaurant? [‘kan’]
Can you recommend a sightseeing tour? [‘kan’ ‘sightseeing’]
Can the doctor come here? [‘kan’]
That is interesting.
That is romantic.
Here is my telephone number.
I come from the USA.
I’ll come at midnight.
I am a student.
I am a vegetarian.
I am diabetic.
I am lactose Intolerant.
I am handicapped.
I am in a tourist group.
I am here with my family.
I am here for a conference.
I have a problem.
I have a asthma. [‘astma’]
I have an insect bite.
I have an allergic reaction.
I have a vaginal infection.
I am heterosexual.
I am homosexual.
I am bisexual.
Are you gay? ['gay']
Some English sentences have words in a different order than they would be in Swedish, but in spite of this you should be able to understand what the following sentences mean.
ENGLISH -- [SAY]
Where is check-in?
Subject Sometimes Follows Verb in Swedish
What do you recommend?
What does that cost?
What does that cost per kilometer?
What does that cost per day?
What does that cost per week?
What does that cost over night?
FOR AN EVEN EASIER VERSION
For an even easier version of these sentences -- with English translations -- go to the web page Easiest Swedish Sentences at easiest-swedish-sentences.html There these same sentences and more appear along with the English translations to help you understand the Swedish sentences more easily.