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 a Dutch form Zweden and it 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.

ther 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.