rowrowrowyourgoat I understand now why you enjoy this show so much
Hahaha butterflybelle14 I had actually marked down this part of the show to make one of these. I have had this exact conversation. Several times.
Lol that’s really sweet and funny actually.
rowrowrowyourgoat I feel like this would be a way for a man to win your heart?
butterflybelle14 YES. This is the way to woo me.
The one that I based Princess Mia on the most was Princess Victoria of Sweden because I like the way she lives her life. She’s going to school at the same time she’s touring the world. She’s doing things princesses typically don’t do like visiting troops. She trained in the National Guard and she does all the princess glamour stuff real well, but when the cameras aren’t around, she lives her own life. She’s an avid outdoorswoman. She doesn’t compromise who she is. She’s always very, very much herself and that’s a very down to earth, real person and I thought that would be a good role model for Mia. I definitely admire her.
@HilaryDuff: u guys r dear 2 me! i love u all & think of you as friends. i’m grateful 4 ur support thru all the yrs! u guys get me thru…
Once again: Swedish can be so easy!
When you write a formal letter »to whom it may concern«, in German you have to address it to »Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren« which literally means »very honored ladies and gentlemen«.
In Swedish there are some more possibilities, but very easy rules. If you write a formal letter to an unknown woman you should write to »Bästa fru« or to an unknown man »Bäste herrn«—just like the English »Dear Madam« or »Dear Sir«. The gender-neutral version is »Bäste herr eller fru«—again like »Dear Sir or Madam« in English. However, this salutation is not so common in Sweden due to the very informal use of language. Since the abolishment of most polite forms in the 60’s, you can just write: »Hej!«
There is one exception if you want to send your formal letter to the king or queen. In this case, only »Eders Majestät« (»Your Majesty«) is correct in Sweden, while a letter to The Queen should should open with »Madam«.
Phrases for formal letters (German, Swedish): http://de.bab.la/phrasen/geschaeftlich/bab.la-phrasen-brief-deutsch-schwedisch.pdf
How to address the Swedish king: http://blogg.vett-och-etikett.com/kungligt-hur-inleds-ett-brev-till-till-kungen/
How to address The Queen: http://www.royal.gov.uk/hmthequeen/contactthequeen/overview.aspx
Photo: William Arthur Fine Stationery https://flic.kr/p/8513JQ
For anyone wondering how to address a letter to Swedish Royals!
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