froggie wrote:and in finalnd nobody used the "whole" numbers, so you will hear
davisma1984 wrote:jordi garrigos, i have a couple of questions you might be able to answer. Why are there two forms for the personal pronouns and how do you pronounce the vowels. I read that they have three degrees (?).
jordi garrigos wrote:Estonian is quite similar to Finnish, if you know one of these languages you can perfectly understand the other.
Estonian: all-maaraud-tee-jaam (underground station)
I use the book Colloquial Estonian by Routledge with the corresponding audiotapes.
ShaeShae wrote:I read several reviews saying that the Colloquial Estonian wasn't a good book to study Estonian from, mainly because of wrong grammar structures, vocabulary, and non-native speakers... so I'm not sure if I would buy this book
But actually, I was thrilled to find an Estonian dictionary and phrasebook by Ksenia Benyukh... yet I heard that this one isn't too great either. Has anyone got this book also?
I think it would be a great idea if the native speakers could update the phrasebooks, vocabulary lists, etc. - that would be awesome for learners of Estonian language
frany71 wrote:Kas sa oled juba õpperaamatut "Avatud uksed" kasutanud? Ma ostsin kunagi selle raamatu ja arvan, et on ka väga huvitav.
frany71 wrote:Kuid on palju kasutajaid selle nimega siin, ja oligi väga raske uue kasutajanime valida
Ma olen Sinu postitust just nüüd (pärast nädalat) lugenud. Mul on kahju, aga vahel juhtub see, et pean töötama nagu hull, seetõttu ei ole mul palju aega postitusi lugeda.
Täna kasutasin teist korda sõna "õpperaamat", sest ma ei olnud lugenud Sinu kirja...
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