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Levels

Band

  1. Bound
  2. Tied

Gol

Crowed

Gumma

Old woman

Knut

Corner

Schah

Shah

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Band - The Swedish Word for Bound

Band is the Swedish word for Bound or Tied. Practice reading the Swedish example sentence below or learn more about the word here.
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  • What does Band mean?: Band is the Swedish word for Bound

Gol - The Swedish Word for Crowed

Gol is the Swedish word for Crowed. Practice reading the Swedish example sentence below or learn more about the word here.
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  • What does Gol mean?: Gol is the Swedish word for Crowed

Gumma - The Swedish Word for Old woman

Gumma is the Swedish word for Old woman. Practice reading the Swedish example sentence below or learn more about the word here.
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  • What does Gumma mean?: Gumma is the Swedish word for Old woman

Knut - The Swedish Word for Corner

Knut is the Swedish word for Corner. Practice reading the Swedish example sentence below or learn more about the word here.
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  • What does Knut mean?: Knut is the Swedish word for Corner

Schah - The Swedish Word for Shah

Schah is the Swedish word for Shah. Practice reading the Swedish example sentence below or learn more about the word here.
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  • What does Schah mean?: Schah is the Swedish word for Shah