Swedish Language

Swedish is usually spoken in Sweden likewise southern and western coasts of Finland. Its linguistic features are quite similar to other two Scandinavian languages which are Norwegian and Danish. As it is a Germanic language, it is similar to English and German. Written language is used with Latin script with some differences in letters such å, ä, ö. Standard Swedish is spoken in Sweden, but different dialects are spoken especially in small towns. During Viking Age, Swedish was a dialect of Old Norse, and after the 12th century, it slowly began to distinct from other dialects.