Yes, and you should consider youself very lucky because swedish is a quite useful language essential for anybody wishing to speak to swedish monolingual (I just made that word up..but hey... you get what I mean) children.
And being your swedish teacher I will consider it my first duty to provide you with copy and paste material: å ä ö
I used to work in an Icelandic bank and I was always really jealous at how nice their language sounded. It's really difficult to read though! The letters are so messed up!
Yep, but it's the sounds that those letters represent that makes Icelandic so special and beautiful so I forgive them. What I like (but still would have found quite annoying if I was Icelandic I think) with Icelandic is that they make up new "nordic/icelandic" words instead of just using the international once. Like for example the word "ketchup"; in Swedish we say "ketchup" but in Icelandic one says "tomato sauce" but in Icelandic.