This resource is ideal for beginner learners who want to learn Swedish as a foreign language in an autonomous way, in any place and time of their convenience. However, in the classroom context, I would focus on one topic area at a time and work on that before moving to the next topic. This course focuses mainly on useful daily phrases and not so much on loose words, without a context. Even though the first lessons, e.g. People and family, focus on some basic vocabulary related to people, then the other lessons already deal with phrases related to the topic and to the context. So, it meets the objectives of a communicative approach, even though there’s no interactive communication. However, to do so, I would ask my students to work in pairs and then, after listening to and repeating the phrases given in the topic ‘Getting to know each other”, for example, they would have to prepare and simulate a conversation between them using the phrases practised. That way, they would get closer to a real context, even though only chunks of language would be used.