Alcadras wrote:Tuolla on auto.Auto on keltainen.Mielestäni se on uusi auto.Haluan sen!
CoBB wrote:I slowly went upstairs. Up there I saw my sister sleeping with a doll at her side.
CoBB wrote:Once upon a time, there was a little kingdom somewhere, sometime. This kingdom was a peaceful and well-off place, where the yields were good and the weather pleasant: the winters were snowy and the the summer wasn't too hot either. The grass and the forests were beautifully green, and there was plenty of fish in the lakes and rivers. The sky was also almost always blue.
"Kuningaskunnassa asui kuningas, jonka nimi oli Eerikki, ja kuningatar, jonka nimi oli Lainetar. Heillä ei ollut paljon tekemistä, sillä kuningaskunnassa meni niin hyvin, ettei heitä tarvittu. Päivästä toiseen kuningas ja kuningatar vain istuskelivat valtaistuimillaan ja söivät eksoottisia hedelmiä; mansikoita, appelsiineja, nektariineja, banaaneja ja ananaksia. Kerran viikossa kuningas ja kuningatar pitivät myös juhlat. Näihin juhliin tuli vieraita kaukaa."
Varislintu wrote:Impressive ! (Though I know you always pretend to be worse at Finnish than you really are .)
Vinaok wrote:In a kingdom lived a king, whose names was Erik, and a little princess, whose name Lainetar. They didn´t have much to do because all was good in the kingdom and nothing was ever requested them. One day the king and the princess were casually sitting ( Very Happy what am i awarded?) on their thrones and eating exotic fruits such as strawberries, oranges, peaches, bananas and ananas. Once a week the king and the princess held also a celebration (i don´t know but the plural doesn´t attune that well here, minusta).
CoBB wrote:In the kingdom lived a king, whose name was Eerikki, and a queen, whose name was Lainetar. They didn't have much to do, things were going well in the kingdom, and it didn't need them. Day by day the king and the queen were just sitting on the thrones and ate exotic fruit: strawberry, orange, nectarine, banana and pineapple. Once a week the king and the queen also held celebrations. Guests from far away would come to these celebrations.
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