This is a non-exhaustive list of the Swedish words I've learned.
A few notes about the words included.
I have included the singular indefinite article with the Swedish terms, so that one may know what gender that word is. For obvious reasons, I have not done the same with the English terms.
For any verbs included, the Swedish term will be that verb conjugated for the present tense, and the English term will be the English translation of the verb conjugated for the infinitive form. Thus, a flashcard might have 'läser' on one side and 'to read' on the other. The reason I conjugate the Swedish term for present tense is that I want to specify what type of verb it is: -ar, -er, or -r. The reason I conjugate the English translation for the infinitive form is that it is unwieldy to write translations as 'read(s), am/are/is reading.'
For any nouns included, only the definite singular form of each noun will be listed. Their other forms will not be listed unless those forms are irregular. For example, the plural of 'man,' which would be 'manar' or 'maner' if it were regular, is 'män,' so 'män' is listed.
An exception to the previous rule is that any nouns that don't make sense in the definite singular form will be listed in their definite singular form or their indefinite plural form.