Swedish Negation

If you're trying to learn Swedish Negation you will find some useful resources including a course about Negation and negative expressions... to help you with your Swedish grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Swedish. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Swedish Negation

Learning the Swedish Negation displayed below is vital to the language. Swedish negation is the process that turns an affirmative statement (I am happy) into its opposite denial (I am not happy). Here are some examples:

English NegationSwedish Negation
he is not herehan är inte här
that is not my bookdet är inte min bok
do not entergå inte in

Notice the structure of the Negation in Swedish.

List of Negation in Swedish

Below is a list of the Negation and negative expressions in Swedish placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Swedish vocabulary.

English NegationSwedish Negation
I don't speakjag talar inte
I don't writejag skriver inte
I don't drivejag kör inte
I don't lovejag älskar inte
I don't givejag ger inte
I don't smilejag ler inte
I don't takejag tar inte
he doesn't speakhan talar inte
he doesn't writehan skriver inte
he doesn't drivehan kör inte
he doesn't lovehan älskar inte
he doesn't givehan ger inte
he doesn't smilehan ler inte
he doesn't takehan tar inte
we don't speakvi talar inte
we don't writevi skriver inte
we don't drivevi kör inte
we don't lovevi älskar inte
we don't givevi ger inte
we don't smilevi ler inte
we don't takevi tar inte

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