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Have you ever landed in another country not even knowing how to say 'thanks' (tack), or ask for directions to the station (vilken väg är det till tåg)?
Sick of the mime game? We've all been there, which is why World Nomads created this free phrasebook app to accompany you on your next adventure.
Get the basics before you go with 40+ helpful phrases, including:
Learn how to ask for directions, find a place to stay and order a kanelbulle.
From staying out of trouble to learning to flirt, we have you covered.
Speak like a local with a 15-minute language lesson.
Haven't decided on a destination yet? We've got 25 other phrasebooks to keep you connected, wherever you're going.
I lived in Sweden for a year (30years ago) and was semi fluent at the time but have wanted something to help me brush up and this is great so far.
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