Swedish is an official language of the Kingdom of Sweden and one of the languages of indigenous people in Finland. Today, more than 10 million people communicate in Swedish, including those living in Sweden, the United States,  Finland, and Canada. However, Swedish has not always existed in contemporary form. At some point of time, the Vikings brought a Scandinavian language, which was then widely used in Europe. In the future, Danish, Norwegian and, accordingly, Swedish languages developed from Scandinavian. Today, Swedish language has no competition in Sweden.

For proper translation into Swedish, one must know not only the classical exceptions but also many non-standard ones. The fact is that the language has a large number of dialects, which differ significantly so that the Swedes from different regions of the country sometimes can not understand each other, which causes a lot of difficulties during Swedish translation. Swedish has two non-standard genders: common and neuter.