AuthorSarah is an English-born linguist and mother, who arrived in Sweden 2013.
She has a background in linguistics and global communication and is currently pursuing a PhD in curriculum studies at Uppsala University.
Sarah is the author of Swedish for Parents.
AuthorAnne is originally from Ireland and moved to Stockholm together with her Swedish husband and new-born daughter in 1998.
She now works as a relocation consultant and workshop facilitator in intercultural communication. She coaches her clients to settle in Sweden, based on her personal experiences.
AuthorEstablished author of course literature in Swedish as a second language, and experienced teacher of Professional Swedish. Emil teaches medical Swedish to doctors and nurses.
Sofi Tegsveden Deveaux
AuthorExperienced teacher of Swedish as a foreign language, Swedish culture and Swedishness. A popular public speaker on cultural awareness.
Sofi is the co-author of Working in Sweden: The A-Z Guide, editor of Six weeks holiday: True stories about the myths and realities of working in Sweden the author of Handbok i välkomnande svenska: Prata med dina utländska kollegor.
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