Do you want to master the Swedish vowels?

... and not feel unsure of how to pronounce them?
Are you starting out learning Swedish, but finding all the vowel sounds confusing?
Are you constantly wondering if you're saying Å, Ä and Ö correctly?
Are you unsure of the difference between long and short vowel sounds?
Do some of the Swedish vowel sounds feel unusual in your mouth?
Maybe you're struggling to find the right shapes, or maybe you're being misunderstood sometimes when you speak?

Listen and repeat doesn't work!

Well, it works for a select few. We call them 'natural parrots'. Good for them. The rest of us mortals need something else.
The reason 'Listen & Repeat' doesn't work for most people, is because you need to use different muscles (tongue, lips, jaw) compared to your own mother tongue.
And if you're not used to that (and why would you be, since you're learning a new language), it can be very challenging to learn these new Swedish muscle habits on your own.
Simply because you have no comparisons in your first language.
That's why you need to work anatomically.
You need to feel how Swedish FEELS.
And develop new muscle coordination patterns that suit the Swedish language.

Lip and Tongue Gyms for Vowels
  • learn about the anatomy of the tongue, lips and mouth
  • exercise different parts of the tongue and lips
  • increase awareness of muscle coordination in lips and tongue. and learn Swedish muscle habits

All 18 Vowel Sounds
  • all 18 vowel sounds explained with practical examples through expert coaching
  • feel how the vowels feel in your vocal tract
  • MRI videos for unique insight into tongue positions

MRI Videos for Unique Insights
  • access to MRI videos that unveil the secrets of Swedish vowels
  • see precisely how your tongue, lips, and vocal cords work together to produce each sound, giving you an unprecedented understanding of pronunciation

Lip and Tongue Anatomy
  • increase awareness of the anatomy of your vocal tract
  • identify your mother tongue habits, so you can develop new, Swedish habits


-being able to feel where the Swedish vowels sit in your mouth
-feeling confident from muscle feedback that you're pronouncing them correctly (even if you can't always HEAR the nuances)
-being able to easily pronounce all 18 Swedish vowel sounds
-mastering the missing (but all important) piece that's almost always missing in other Swedish courses

Speaking Confidence

Poor pronunciation can lead to a lack of confidence. You may hesitate to speak, fearing ridicule or embarrassment. This lack of confidence will hinder your progress.

Listening comprehension

We have 9 vowels in the alphabet, but we have 18 vowel sounds. In other words, spoken Swedish is very different compared to written Swedish. If you can’t pronounce words correctly, you may struggle to understand other Swedish speakers. This can be immensely frustrating, as of course you want to engage in real Swedish conversations!

Cultural Barriers

Correct pronunciation isn’t just about words; it’s also about cultural nuances. Mispronunciation might inadvertently confuse Swedes, or they might have to strain to understand you. This can create barriers in forming meaningful connections.


with your choice of payment plan (1, 3 or 6 payments)

Starting at $25 monthly!


This course cultivates a genuine interest in how we, as humans, use the anatomy of our vocal tract to generate sound. It then goes on to connect this newfound anatomical knowledge to the generation of legit Swedish pronunciation.

Approximately 15 years of constant struggle have generated, for me, a decent facsimile of Swedish pronunciation. All I can say is that I wish I would have had access to this course a decade and a half ago!

My confidence in speaking Swedish gone up dramatically (my wife is SHOCKED!!!). The brainpower that was formally used in worrying about being understood has now been freed up to start mastering prosody, as well as my reading and writing abilities. The difference is palpable.

THANK YOU for creating this tool for myself and the others that are doggedly pursuing the lofty goal of learning to speak Swedish!


CHOOSE YOUR PAYMENT PLAN (1, 3 or 6 payments)

Starting at $25 monthly


When does the course close for enrolment?
The course is currently open for the time being. It may close enrolment in the future for maintenance (which will not affect those who are already enrolled in the course).

What level of Swedish do you cater for?
We cater for all levels. You have access to English and Swedish subtitles on all videos, and all written material is available in Swedish and English.

How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like and as long as the course is available - across any and all devices you own.

Can I give the course as a gift?
Yes, you can! Just check the box 'send as a gift' when you fill in your payment details, and you can send it directly via email to whom you're gifting it.

What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 7 days and we will give you a full refund, no questions asked.

I still have questions, can I contact you?
Absolutely. Get in touch with us on swedishmadeeasy (at)

Your teacher Stefan

Stefan Holmström is an opera singer, voice teacher, Estill Master Trainer and course creator.

He was born in Dalarna and grew up in Ångermanland.

He trained at the music academies of Gothenburg and Malmö and also at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.

He has a special interest in vocal anatomy and physiology and applying this knowledge to train pronunciation in different languages.

Your teacher Anneli

Anneli Beronius Haake is a Swedish teacher, course creator, founder of Swedish Made Easy, qualified SWEDEX test leader and the author of Teach Yourself Complete Swedish.

She was born in Stockholm, grew up in a small village outside Ludvika and moved to England for love.

She has studied musicology and music psychology as well as education studies, and has a keen interest in the musical qualities of language.