Reporters Joppe and Noa wanted to do something different, something original. They made a rap to introduce themselves to the class they were about to interview. It were the pupils in the Swedish workshop, who could enjoy this act. First, the reporters asked everyone’s name, then they started the interview at the front row.
Jason, the first question is a Swedish one: “God dag, hur mår du?”. It means: “Hello, how are you?”
“Bra.” (this means “good”.) Alright, that’s nice bro! What do you think of the Swedish language?
Okay, thank you Jason. Arne, in what way does miss Deygers teach you Swedisch?
We watched some movie clips and I read a book.
A book? Do you mind reading a little part for us? Here’s page 69.
“ “O, Pippi”, ropade Annika full av upphetsning, när Pippi kom. “Sch”, viskade Pippi. “Väck inte tjuren! Han sover, och om vi väcker honom blir han bara kinking.” “ (It means “ "O, Pippi", Annika shouted full of excitement, when Pippi came. "Shhh", whispered Pippi. "Don’t wake him up! He sleeps, and if he awakens, he'll just be tricky." “)
Noa wanted to know a little bit more about the motivation of the teacher, miss Deygers. Swedish is not the most popular language, so what is the reason you’re teaching it?
It’s the only other foreign language, except for English, I speak. I studied it at the university. It was a chance to teach it, because there are no other Swedish lessons at this school.
Okay, thank you all for your time and we hope you’ll have fun.