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GCSE Swedish

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by Dodros, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. Dodros

    Dodros Star commenter

    Swedish is no longer offered as a GCSE subject by any exam board. It is, however, one of the languages "approved" by the QCA for accreditation purposes under the Practical (www.abcawards.co.uk/) and Asset (www.assetlanguages.org.uk/) Languages schemes.
    One alternative may be to consider a qualification accredited in Sweden. There's an interesting correspondence on the subject at
    accompanied with a dig at the state of school MFL in the UK.
  2. sam enerve

    sam enerve New commenter

    It is such a shame that some languages are not considered important enough to be GCSE subjects any more. I would have loved to have the opportunity to learn swedish at school.
    Many years ago I had a Swedish girlfriend so I picked up quite a bit.
    The 2 most important phrases I learned were:
    1) Min svävare är full med ålar. (This one made her laugh!)
    2) Jeg älskar dig! (This one made her very affectionate!)

  3. jools30

    jools30 New commenter

    Thanks for all the advice
  4. PierreImport

    PierreImport Administrator

    She could do domestic science and become a Swedish chef.

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