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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 13:21

Hei all students of finnish,
I just started to learn the language and gain the informations, so occasionally I will post some questions. Thanks to all native speaker for their time spent here :).

nähdään
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Postby Alcadras » 2005-09-11, 13:23

Tervetuola :P

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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 13:26

oozy wrote:Hei all students of finnish,
I just started to learn the language and gain the informations, so occasionally I will post some questions. Thanks to all native speaker for their time spent here :).

nähdään
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Oh, In fact I by mistake create a new topic, maybe I should delete this. :)

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Postby Alcadras » 2005-09-11, 13:29

it doesn't matter.

missä sinä asut ?

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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 13:44

Alcadras wrote:missä sinä asut ?


Unfortunately I understand more, than I can write.
Mä on slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskellan Brnossa (Tsekki).

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Postby Jonne » 2005-09-11, 13:48

oozy wrote:
Alcadras wrote:missä sinä asut ?


Unfortunately I understand more, than I can write.
Mä on slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskellan Brnossa (Tsekki).


Formal: Minä olen slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskelen Brnossa (Tsekissä)
Informal: Mä oon slovakialaine(n), mut(ta) asun ja opiskelen Brnossa (Tsekis(sä) )

Welcome btw :-D

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Postby Liisi » 2005-09-11, 13:58

Tervetuloa, oozy! :D

Jonne wrote:
oozy wrote:
Alcadras wrote:missä sinä asut ?


Unfortunately I understand more, than I can write.
Mä on slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskellan Brnossa (Tsekki).


Formal: Minä olen slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskelen Brnossa (Tsekissä)
Informal: Mä oon slovakialaine(n), mut(ta) asun ja opiskelen Brnossa (Tsekis(sä) )

Welcome btw :-D


:arrow: Tšekissä!

;) I'm kidding of course... I just couldn't help it... I love the hats, and there are so few chances to use them :( ;). (Finnish students: using š here is correct, but most of the time it's replaced with s, because of practical reasons).
I appreciate corrections to my mistakes in any language.

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Postby Alcadras » 2005-09-11, 14:00

what does Tsekissä mean ? :D

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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 14:03

Jonne wrote:
oozy wrote:
Alcadras wrote:missä sinä asut ?


Unfortunately I understand more, than I can write.
Mä on slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskellan Brnossa (Tsekki).


Formal: Minä olen slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskelen Brnossa (Tsekissä)
Informal: Mä oon slovakialaine(n), mut(ta) asun ja opiskelen Brnossa (Tsekis(sä) )

Welcome btw :-D


Great! :) Thanks for corrections.

I was not sure, which suffix (-ssa/-ssä) I should use with "Tsekki" as "e" and "i" can stand with both of them. So I guess now one should use -ssä if it isn't given by other vowels in word (like in Brno-ssa).

By the way some web sources about finnish language I gathered, can be found here:

http://del.icio.us/oozy/finnish?setcount=100

maybe will be usefull for someone.

Peter

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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 14:06

Alcadras wrote:what does Tsekissä mean ? :D


In Czech republic.

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Postby CoBB » 2005-09-11, 14:10

There aren't many Slovaks around here, it's always nice to see some hiatus filled.
Tanulni, tanulni, tanulni!

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Postby Alcadras » 2005-09-11, 14:14

oozy wrote:
Alcadras wrote:missä sinä asut ?


Unfortunately I understand more, than I can write.
Mä on slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskellan Brnossa (Tsekki).


let me translate it :D

i am slovakian but i study in Brno.

:P

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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 14:18

CoBB wrote:There aren't many Slovaks around here, it's always nice to see some hiatus filled.


I was little dissapointed, that no slovak forum is here. Maybe sometime :). Now I'm happy that I find this forum for finnish with native speakers and people from all over the world interested in learning finnish. Hurray :).

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Postby Jonne » 2005-09-11, 14:18

Alcadras wrote:
oozy wrote:
Alcadras wrote:missä sinä asut ?


Unfortunately I understand more, than I can write.
Mä on slovakialainen, mutta asun ja opiskellan Brnossa (Tsekki).


let me translate it :D

i am slovakian but i study in Brno.

:P


I live and study in Brno.

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Postby Alcadras » 2005-09-11, 14:20

yes i didn't see "asun" :D

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Postby Nukalurk » 2005-09-11, 14:23

oozy, you could start a poll and find out, if there are people who are interested in learning your language, and if you have enough time, you could create some lessons. ;)

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Postby Alcadras » 2005-09-11, 14:23

and if there are willing users.

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Postby stehlitschek » 2005-09-11, 14:26

8) welcome to Suomi world

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Postby oozy » 2005-09-11, 14:27

Amikeco wrote:oozy, you could start a poll and find out, if there are people who are interested in learning your language, and if you have enough time, you could create some lessons. ;)


Good idea, but I don't understand if poll is bind to the concrete forum and topic. It it is so, then I should create some topic and bind poll in more suitable forum.

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Postby Anchjo » 2005-09-11, 14:27

Liisi wrote:Tervetuloa, oozy! :D
:arrow: Tšekissä!

;) I'm kidding of course... I just couldn't help it... I love the hats, and there are so few chances to use them :( ;). (Finnish students: using š here is correct, but most of the time it's replaced with s, because of practical reasons).


I'm glad I'm not the only one using this form! It is such a pity we don't have keys for š and ž on our keyboard. Actually, ISO-8859-1 (the charset we usually use to type Finnish) hasn't even defined those characters :( I've changed my keyboard layout and started using ISO-8859-15 or Unicode (when possible) but unfortunately most of the people can't use them.

By the way, Finnish learners, do your books teach to use these characters?
Please help me to improve my language skills and PM me if you encounter any spelling mistakes in my posts. Thank you!


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