Swedish Months & Days

Mastering the concept of time is extremely important to be able to use a language in everyday life. Below you can find some of the most important Swedish words that will help you to communicate time effectively. For even more time related vocabulary, take a look at our learning resources for Swedish at the end of the page.

EnglishSwedish
Mondaymåndag (måndagar)
Tuesdaytisdag (tisdagar)
Wednesdayonsdag (onsdagar)
Thursdaytorsdag (torsdagar)
Fridayfredag (fredagar)
Saturdaylördag (lördagar)
Sundaysöndag (söndagar)
Januaryjanuari (januari)
Februaryfebruari (februari)
Marchmars (mars)
Aprilapril (april)
Maymaj (maj)
Junejuni (juni)
Julyjuli (juli)
Augustaugusti (augusti)
Septemberseptember (september)
Octoberoktober (oktober)
Novembernovember (november)
Decemberdecember (december)
springvår (vårar)
summersommar (somrar)
autumnhöst (höstar)
wintervinter (vintrar)
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