From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Swedish (Swedish: svenska [ˈsvɛ̂nːska] (listen)) is a North Germanic language spoken natively by 10 million people, predominantly in Sweden (as the sole official language) and in parts of Finland, where it has equal legal standing with Finnish.
Swedish is the official language of Sweden and is spoken by the vast majority of the 10 million inhabitants of the country. It is a North Germanic language and quite similar to its sister Scandinavian languages, Danish and Norwegian, with which it maintains partial mutual intelligibility and forms a dialect continuum. A number of regional Swedish dialects are spoken across the county. In total, more than 200 languages are estimated to be spoken across the county, including regional languages, in
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Swedish ( svenska (help·info)) is a language mostly spoken in Sweden and in parts of Finland, typically along the southern and western coasts and on the Åland islands. More than nine million people speak Swedish.
The Swedish Wikipedia is the Swedish-language edition of Wikipedia and was started on 23 May 2001. It is currently the third largest Wikipedia by article-count with its 3,628,014 current articles, where a majority are generated by a bot, or software application, and has a Wikipedia article depth of 7.35. The administrators on the Swedish Wikipedia are elected for a fixed-term period of one year and have to be re-elected after that time.
Swedish Wikipedia was launched by Jim Wales on 23 May 2001 as Wikipedia's 4th language version. The "Phase I" UseModWiki software for sv.wikipedia.com was translated by Linus Tolke and the "Phase III" MediaWiki was translated by Dan Koehl together with Johan Dahlin and Max Walter. The latter, contemporary PHP-engined MediaWiki Swedish interface premiered on sv.wikipedia.org 1 December 2002, becoming the foundation for later updates. Dan Koehl was appointed Swedish Wikipedia's first "sysop". He s
A donor enquires about conflict resolution policies at a Wikiträff in Stockholm in 2010
In 2019 the Swedish Wikipedia had 354 thousand unique categories. The average article in this language version had 5 categories and ratio of unique categories to articles was 0.094. The categories with the largest number of articles in 2019 were Life and Geography. In the Swedish Wikipedia, articles related to Geography and Life had the highest average quality. Content about Health was read more often and articles in the Events category had the highest average author interest.
In March 2020 the Swedish Wikipedia contained 20.1 million references, wherein 4.31% of them had the DOI and 0.72% of references contained the ISBN.
The native language of nearly all Swedes is Swedish (svenska (help · info)) a North Germanic language, spoken by approximately 10 million people, predominantly in Sweden and parts of Finland, especially along its coast and on the Åland islands.
- 341,845 (2011; ancestry, 26,000 (sole ancestry)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the 9th century, Old Norse began to diverge into Old West Norse (Norway and Iceland) and Old East Norse (Sweden and Denmark). In the 12th century, the dialects of Denmark and Sweden began to diverge, becoming Old Danish and Old Swedish in the 13th century. All were heavily influenced by Middle Low German during the medieval period.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Swedish is descended from Old Norse. Compared to its progenitor, Swedish grammar is much less characterized by inflection. Modern Swedish has two genders and no longer conjugates verbs based on person or number.
Sep 18, 2018 · Swedish (svenska (help·info)) is a North Germanic language spoken predominantly in Sweden, part of Finland, and on the autonomous island Åland, by a total of over 10 million speakers.
Finland Swedish or Fenno-Swedish (Swedish: finlandssvenska, Finnish: suomenruotsi) is a general term for the variety of Standard Swedish and a closely related group of Swedish dialects spoken in Finland by the Swedish-speaking population as their first language.
ISO 639 is a standardized nomenclature used to classify languages. Each language is assigned a two-letter (639-1) and three-letter (639-2 and 639-3) lowercase abbreviation, amended in later versions of the nomenclature.