How to learn SWEDISH VERBS
You can think of learning verbs as the foundation when building a house.
Without a steady ground to stand on, the house falls to pieces.
When I went to school, we learned verbs by the TEMA of the verbs and those are 3 forms:
Infinitiv, preteritum, and supinum ( dricka drack druckit / vinna vann vunnit)
I still find this way of learning verbs to be the most efficient and better than most verb schedules, where words are placed in a different order.
If you say göra GÖR gjorde gjort, you tend to lose the easy FLOW and it will be harder to remember.
The best way is to focus on the THREE forms when learning the verbs, and if you wish, put present tense LAST.
GÖRA GJORDE GJORT (JAG GÖR)
GÅ GICK GÅTT (JAG GÅR)
SPRINGA SPRANG SPRUNGIT (JAG SPRINGER)
The point is to learn things easily, so it becomes more “automatic”.
Keep to the TEMA and you will soon be good at verb forms!
Write them down in this order and practice repeating them out loud to yourself so they stay in your memory without having to think, and that will certainly do the trick!