Singer Zara Larsson teaches Vanity Fair some Swedish slang in this educational interview.

In it, Zara runs us through some of the weird and funny phrases that you might hear in Sweden. They range from rude, to quirky, to downright bizarre. She first tells us what they are in Swedish, then fills us in on their English translation. Some of the phrases she teaches us are “Keff”, which means rubbish or bad and “Flummig” which means weird. Our favourite one has to be “Snuskhummer” which means a gross old man. Its literal translation is a “nasty lobster”.

Learn Some Swedish Slang With Zara Larsson And Vanity Fair image of Zara Larsson

It’s the latest video in Vanity Fair’s slang series where they get celebs to tell us some local slang that we might not otherwise have known. Notable previous guests include Idris Elba, Tom Hardy and Antonio Banderas. If you watch all of these videos and then visit these celebs’ homelands, you can sound like a local in no time. It’s no easy feat though, you’ll need to practice if you want to replicate some of the tricky Swedish pronunciations Zara gives us in this vid.

Vanity Fair|Zara Larsson|Interviews

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