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Old Mar 3, 20, 5:35 am
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highupinthesky
 
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Originally Posted by fassy View Post
Huh? Living as expat in SE for years, Sweden is one the easiest places to get around with without being proficient in Swedish (of course apart of native english speaking countries).

The only thing you need to learn is how to press the right sequence to survive the phone answering queuing
I don't see that contradicting what I'm writing. Most Swedish people do speak and understand English, but that's not the same as they are willing to use it if they can avoid it. I'm from the western part of Denmark and my Swedish is almost none existing. I constantly face Swedish people who are reluctant to use English when i communicate with them. They insist we should use the Scandinavian languages, at least until I switch to my local dialect.

ps. I think you delete the [ before the /Quote. It messes up the quote.
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