Now this school assignment is over and even this blog. So that means that this blog will not be updated more. Hope you think it's been fun to read my blog and that you've learned a little more about Sweden and straighten out any question marks.

Hello and hope we meet again on another school assignment.

// Daniel

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1. Swedes love their coffee

Sweden is one of the countries where there is the most coffee drinker. The great coffee drink comes from the Swedish tradition of called fika. Swedes will enjoy at least one fika a day.

2.Take off your shoes!

In Swedish homes, you never wear shoes that go straight into the hall. The only places you wear shoes are in many buildings / houses.

3.Be on time.

Being on time is something Swedes appreciate very high. It does not matter if you are going to meet friends or go to work interviews.

4.Winters are Cold and dark.

In winter it is usually up to -15 degrees and only light 5-7 hours a day.

5.Speaking Swedish helps?

You can live in Sweden without having to learn Swedish. English is Swedish's other languages.



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A big unwritten rule in Sweden is that you do not talk to each other if you do not know each other. For example, if you are on a bus, you always sit on the seats that are completely empty, you do not talk to someone you are sitting at. It's also the way you avoid people who you may have just met a few times, because you do not want to chat.

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We have many Swedish artists in Sweden who are famous in more than just Sweden. But I'm going to pick up two.

1. Zara larsson

Zara Maria Larsson, born December 16, 1997 in Solna, is a Swedish singer. She first hit TV4's Talang 2008, where she won the final and was given a song about disk singles. Zara Larsson was contracted by the record company TEN Music Group 2012 and released his debut EP, Introducing, in January 2013. The single "Uncover" peaked the country lists in both Sweden and Norway, but also ranked top ten on several European lists. Zara Larsson has won awards as "Breakthrough of the Year" and "Female Performer of the Year".

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2. Avicii

Tim Bergling, more famous as Avicii, born September 8, 1989 in Oscars Township, Stockholm, is a Swedish disc jockey, remixer and music producer. In the years 2011 to 2014 he was ranked 3-6 on DJ Mag's list of the world's 100 best DJs. And he has several hits that are ranked top 1 in the world.

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If you ask peoples from different countries, many have pre-evaluated sentences about Sweden. For example, all Swedes are blonde and blue-eyed, that we have polar bears watered on the streets, that it is winter all year round and that everyone in Sweden is rich.
And that's not the case ... all Swedes are not blue-eyed or blonde, all hair colors and eye colors exist in Sweden. We have no polar bears in Sweden but just ordinary bears, but there is nothing walking on our streets. Most of the year is winter but we have four seasons summer, winter, spring, autumn. That everyone in Sweden is rich is also not true ... but we have a high standard of living, but it's very alike. We do not have many rich but neither so many poor either. But people living on the street exist.

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In order to drink alcohol in Sweden you must have reached the age of 18 years. But it only applies to places like clubs, bars and restaurants. To be able to drink outside these places you must have filled 20 years.

Drugs are strictly forbidden in Sweden but are used / tested by many youngsters, making it easier and easier to get hold of. It is the most common drug is cannabis, both in Sweden and internationally. You usually talk about cannabis as a typical juvenile drug, which means that most people who use cannabis are young or young adults.

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The most common sport is Sweden is fotboll. There is no other sport in Sweden that involves as many people as soccer do. But myself, I ride. Riding is also a big sport in Sweden, which is becoming more and more popular. I also have my own horse so it takes up a lot of time from free time. But if I'm free from the horse, I usually meet friends, go shopping and go to parties.

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The Swedish language has many loan words, but there are some that are available in Swedish.

1. Lagom- That's when you do not want to be neither the best, the worst, the smartest or the stupidest, without just the middle.

2. Fulsnygg- That means you are neither handsome nor ugly.

3.Vabba- This is when a parent takes off his job to take care of your sick children.

4.Blunda- That's when you have your eyes closed.

5.orka-when you do not feel like something.

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If you are visiting Sweden in the winter and have a few days off, I think defenetift should try to go skiing in the mountains or go skiing. The best place to experience good skiing on is, according to me Åre. They have the best backs and is Sweden's most popular ski resort.

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