I have taught Swedish in Taipei for many years now and I still think it’s great fun to meet new students and teach them about Sweden, Swedish culture and the Swedish language. Many students are interested in sport like skiing and skating and others like to be out in the forest and enjoy nature. In Sweden, we have many wild and beautiful animals and we actually eat(!) many of them as well! 🙂
My favorite is Swedish moose steak that we eat quite often. We shoot 100 000 moose every year in Sweden and they become many nice dinners. Sweden is a big country and there are so many trees, mountains and lakes. I read somewhere that Sweden is 15 times bigger than Taiwan but our population is only 10 million people. So there is plenty of space for everyone!
When I was a child and grew up in Swedish forest, we played a lot outside and didn’t have so much homework or so many tests. The Swedish school is focused on creativity and independance and we had plenty of free time to play, read books and relax.
I loved to climb trees, but sometimes I climbed so high that I couldn’t get down by myself. This happened quite a few times and my or someone else’s parent had to come out in the forest with a ladder. Sigh! Those were the fun days! 🙂
If you are interested to learn more about the Swedish forest, the Swedish culture or the Swedish language, please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I give private lessons all year around and we will meet first at a cafe for a free information meeting so you can ask everything about the courses. Looking forward to receive your email and teach you some Swedish! Ha en bra dag! Suz
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