Talar du svenska? (Do you speak Swedish?) No?... then if you are perhaps considering a weekend away to Sweden and are keen to learn some phrases or words to make the experience of a trip to Sweden more enjoyable then I recommend this CD for you.
It contains in sections basic Swedish, from introductions, counting, days of the weeks, shopping and how to ask generalise questions. There is no textbook with it just a handy guide, so you either need to be good at memorising things in order to use what you learn for a holiday or buy an additional phrase book to carry with you and I recommend this one: Berlitz: Swedish Phrase Book & Dictionary (Berlitz Phrasebooks)
I first used Berlitz to learn Swedish in the 90's and now 15 years later I speak it fluently through starting with them and other books I have learned from as well as endless trips to Sweden over the years!
Everyone in Sweden speaks English, especially the younger generations, so you can get away with learning nothing, but if you are the kind of person who wants to make an effort to learn just a few things then this will set you in the right direction!
Hejda! (An informal goodbye in Swedish!)