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Welcome to the Swedish Grammar learning page!

Swedish is descended from Old Norse. Compared to its progenitor, Swedish grammar is much less characterized by inflection. Modern Swedish has two genders and no longer conjugates verbs based on person or number. Its nouns have lost the morphological distinction between nominative and accusative cases that denoted grammatical subject and object in Old Norse in favor of marking by word order. Source:

Swedish uses some inflection with nouns, adjectives, and verbs. It is generally a subjectโ€“verbโ€“object (SVO) language with V2 word order.

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