SFI, Swedish for inmigrants
Some weeks ago I started a Swedish course in Sunbyberg. This course is called SFI (link here).
Previously, I did a Swedish course on KTH (first course and the middle of the second one). But, personally, I have enjoyed more with the SFI one for some reasons:
- Teachers speaks Swedish from the beginning (even you don’t understand anything). But, they use an easy language and you can learn it because they repeat and repeat the same vocabulary.
- Instead of learn 1000000 words without relation between them, the SFI course splits vocabulary in topics and every week you practice that topic.
- The teach you from the beginning to pronounce. There is a specific class only for pronunciation, I have learn a lot with these classes.
- People are active and there are lots of oral group exercises.
- You learn Swedish that you need in your daily life.
I just found a problem with the course: the scheduler. There are morning, afternoon and evening alternatives on SFI, but the most complete one is the morning course, which you go every day. If you need going in the evening, you only will able to go once a week and it will not work for people who don’t learn new language easily (like me).
Anyway… here the photo of my course. It was taken last day, so, there are not so many people
Swedish, Jonas dag
I learned how to described your day in Swedish. These are common dairy actions.
Vär gör Jonas på morgonen?
- Han vaknar.
- Han tvättar sig.
- Han borstar tänderna.
- Han kammar sig.
- Han klär på sig.
- Han äter frukost.
- Han tar bussen.
- Han kommer till skolan.
Vad gör Jonas på förmiddagen?
- Han studerar hela förmiddagen.
- Han äter lunch.
Vad gör Jonas på eftermiddagen?
- Han börjar jobba. Han kör buss.
Vad gör Jonas på kvällen?
- Han går hem.
- Han äter middag.
- Han tränar på gymmet.
- Han duschar.
- Han studerar och gör läxan.
Vad gör Jonas på natten?
- Han sover.