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Off! moved this article to Swedish National Encyclopedia without discussion. I'm fairly skeptical of keeping it at a title which seems to be very rare, though I'm not categorically against the idea. I would like to see some arguments for and against a move first.
It says in the introduction that the online version is slightly larger than the printed one. Unless 50% larger is slight, I propose we rephrase.
One krona, many kronor
The plural form of 'krona' is 'kronor', in both English and Swedish.
Sources on Wikipedia
On the page "List of languages by number of native speakers", they say that this encyclopaedia is the best source for the number of speakers, but there's nothing in this article saying that and they mention it as a source Why not? I don't understand, if this is really such a good source, to build an article on it, why it's not even mentioned. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A01:E35:8A8D:FE80:C90B:FA17:C9B9:3795 (talk) 22:57, 4 July 2017 (UTC)