Jag bara tittar is Swedish for just looking. Pronounce it “Ya BAHR-ah TEE-tuh”. Learn more phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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katselen vain is Finnish for just looking. Pronounce it “kah tse len vine”. Learn more phrases in Finnish and other languages for travel.

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Ankomst is Swedish for arrival. Pronounce it “UN-kummst”. Learn more Travel phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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det här / det där is Swedish for …this/that. Pronounce it “deh hair / deh dare”. Learn more More Dining Basics phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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…toa is Swedish for …the bathroom. Pronounce it “to a”. Learn more Courtesy/Questions phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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lite (av) is Swedish for …some (of). Pronounce it “lee ter (ahv)”. Learn more More Dining Basics phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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rött/vitt vin is Swedish for …red/white wine. Pronounce it “ruhrt / vitt veen”. Learn more Drinks phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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kronärtskockor is Swedish for artichokes. Pronounce it “kroon-urt skock-uhr”. Learn more Vegetables phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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öl is Swedish for …beer. Pronounce it “earl”. Learn more Drinks phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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augusti is Swedish for August. Pronounce it “ow GOOSE tee”. Learn more Months phrases in Swedish and other languages for travel.

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