Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: the origin of the word Sweden is Svea, which was a name of a warlike tribe. When it comes to English, the word Sweden entered the language from the Dutch form Zweden, which happened in the 17th century. Before the word Sweden appeared, English used the words Swedeland or Sweathland.

Definition of Sweden:
1. noun – a country in the north of Europe,
There are a lot of workers from different countries in Sweden as the earnings are pretty competitive there.

Other expressions with Sweden:
Sweden is a noun while Swedish is an adjective, which can refer to a person or a thing that comes from Sweden.
As far as I remember he is Swedish, but I’m not sure.
He has been working in a successful Swedish company.

Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: we have a word weed in English, and probably because of that both native speakers and learners of English often make a mistake and spell Sweden as Sweeden. The latter form, however, is wrong so do not use it.