Basic Phrases with Pronunciation: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Swedish Available

If you’d like to study basic phrases for French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, or Swedish, I’ve created new pages with the list of phrases and mp3s for each phrase (instead of one mp3 for all the phrases together). Now you can listen to each phrase individually before trying out the audio flashcards to test yourself.

Basic Phrases with Pronunciation: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Swedish Available

 

 

Dutch and Danish will be coming next, and eventually I’d like to have audio on the Romance Languages Phrases and Germanic Languages Phrases pages as well.

  • Spanish Exito

    Read phrases in various languages. Very interesting indeed. I think
    knowing these basic phrases will give a handy and work-in knowledge on the
    language concerned. Also it boosts your confidence while talking.

  • Kevin

    Hi! I was just wondering, where’s your Swedish speaker from? I spent half a year in Stockholm back in 2011, and the Swedish i heard around me (and that i learnt in class) was a bit different. For example, the [g] in “jag” was hardly ever pronounced. Neither was the [d] in “god morgon” and “god dag”. I also feel like some of the vowels, particularly å, and the intonation, were a bit different as well, although with these especially my judgements would probably be a bit suspect, since i’m not a native speaker.

  • http://www.ielanguages.com Jennie Wagner

    Krystallia is from the southwest part of Sweden, near Gothenburg. Their accent is a bit different from the Stockholm accent.

  • http://www.mixwerk.com Sprachaufnahmen

    Very interesting, thanks, we try that. Best Bibleio

  • http://www.konusmakilavuzu.com/italyancaakonusmakilavuzu.htm italyanca

    thanks for Basic Italian Phrases