350 Body Parts and Organs in Swedish
Out now, this illustrated Medical Swedish Book is your next step towards working in Sweden as a health care professional. A detailed and comprehensive guide to the Swedish names for the anatomical terminology, in all the widely used grammatical forms - a must for your Swedish language learning process when relocating to Sweden as a physician, nurse, fysiotherapist or midwife.
The book is mainly in Swedish, but an extensive introduction in English, with instructions about grammar and pronunciation, makes this is a suitable first book of Medical Swedish for self studies or the classroom.
Emil Molander, the author of this book, is a trained and certified teacher of Swedish as a second language, very experienced in Medical Swedish.
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Includes this and more
- More than 350 Swedish nouns for organs, body parts and diseases.
- Pronunciation information and audio for ALL anatomy words.
- Free online answer key.
- Richly illustrated, in colour, with detailed blind maps for self testing.
- Latin terms for comparison and help, including useful information about the Swedish spelling of medical terms in Latin and Greek.
- Grammar exercises so that you don't use the words wrong.
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