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  • Very entertaining and educational piece of reading, Martina! Thank you. And even though I knew how influenced Swedish is by German, I was surprised to see how many similar words from your “Denglish” I find in our “Swenglish”. For instance Smoking, Flipper and Shooting Star is used in the same way in Swedish.

    If you want to learn some Swedish words (maybe you’ll find some similarities in German!) I suggest you check out my latest blogpost at Keewords: http://www.keewords.com/en/2013/03/13/the-winter-words/ 🙂

    Best of luck on your continued studies and research.

    /Anna