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Here are some interesting facts about Swedish

Swedish, or svenska, is a North Germanic language closely related to Danish and Norwegian. The three languages are so closely related as to be largely mutually intelligible.

Swedish has the largest number of speakers of the three languages, and enjoys an official language status in Sweden and Finland.

Swedish vocabulary is largely Germanic, while much of religious and scientific is taken from Latin or Greek. More recently, French and English have also introduced new words.

Swedish uses the basic 26-letter Latin alphabet with three additional letters – å, ä, and ö.

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