Days, Months, and Seasons in Swedish

Days, Months, and Seasons in Swedish

If you’re new to Swedish, some of the first bits of vocabulary you’ll want to learn is that pertaining to the passage of time. This includes days of the week, months of the year, seasons, and a handful of other time related words.

These, I’ve found, are some of the easiest words to learn and remember, especially if you’re a native English speaker or you speak another Germanic language. Because as you’ll see in a moment, these words resemble those you’re already used it (as is the case with many a Swedish word, I might add).

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Aside from that, they’re pretty essential and will show up often in your studies, which usually makes them more likely to stick around in the ol’ noggin.

We’ve split everything up into manageable topics for you (you’re most welcome), and we’ve even included handy audio clips for you to hear how everything is pronounced.

Have fun!


days of the week

Days of the Week in Swedish

Days of the WeekDagar i veckan
MondayMåndag
TuesdayTisdag
WednesdayOnsdag
ThursdayTorsdag
FridayFredag
SaturdayLördag
SundaySöndag

months of the year

Months of the Year in Swedish

MonthsMånader
JanuaryJanuari
FebruaryFebruari
MarchMars
AprilApril
MayMaj
JuneJuni
JulyJuli
AugustAugusti
SeptemberSeptember
OctoberOktober
NovemberNovember
DecemberDecember

seasons

Seasons in Swedish

SeasonsÅrstider
Springvår
Summersommar
Autumn/Fallhöst
Wintervinter

Other time-related words in Swedish

yesterdayigår
todayidag
tomorrowimorgon
daydag
weekvecka
monthmånad
yearår

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