maybe if you want to listen to radio:
channels: p1 = discussions/debates, p2 = classical music/jazz, p3 = young ppl/pop music, p4 = sports/ 70s/80s/90s music
or listen to music sung in swedish e.g. ted gärdestad, veronica maggio, bo kaspers orkester
A tip from my father who loves languages is watching movies that you know in your native language with Swedish text and then in Swedish with your native language text. Most Disney, kid movies and Harry Potter is dubbed in Swedish and just try to consume Swedish content daily
I think there is a website where you talk to people online and in exchange you talk in your language. So you would find a Swede who wants to learn German. I forgot what it is called :/ sorry mate.
I feel like Swedish should be easier for you no? I have no idea, never learned another Germanic language.
Its pretty easy. Your language is a cake walk and many words have a close resemblance to german,
vilja - willen
höra - hören
kunna - können
komma - kommen
Mamma - Mama
måste = müssen (also) close resemblance to english must
fyra = vier
fel = falsch (close to Fehler, german for Error as well)
and when it is not close to german, it often times is close to english.