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        • The word “avörande” spells av-G-örande. It is the third word in the third row. Avgörande means crucial, so that makes it extra funny thats the misspelled word.

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        • That is hilarious, Lena

          I hate seeing spelling mistakes (when I can see them!) – and for a business school, it’s very bad

          Tack, tack!

          On Sat, Feb 27, 2016 at 8:46 AM, Travel with Intent wrote:

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        • I have the same problem, but on the internet I have gotten used to it since I am not too good at english and it is way too easy to press thd wrong letter from your phone or ipad.
          And it is hilarious… 🙂

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        • I am terrible on my phone! And you are wrong, your English is brilliant. I have to say that from my initial look at Swedish grammar it is quite fascinating and very logical. The pronunciation is quite difficult but I love the sound of the language.

          Sent from my iPhone

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        • I guess the grammar is kind of logical and it us very similar to german. But we say things in a different order comoared to english. I used to be much better at english when I was a student. You (I) forget the spelings rather quick when you don’t use it on a regular basis.

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