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Conversation Between Kyösti and reea
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  1. Kyösti
    4 Days Ago
    Kyösti
    Tämä sivu on kiva! Opiskelen verbi-tyypija sivulta. Vaikea on. Minäkin menin koululle. Opiskelin “Latinia”, “aritmetikka-kurssia”, “englantia” ja kurssi jossa teemme “rannerengasta.” Minä pidän kaikista jotka opiskelen koulussa. Ulos koulun opiskelen venäjää ja suomea. Pelaan “Cross Country”. Nyt voin puhua suomea teidän kanssa Finlandlive-illa. En tie moneetta (many/plural/partitive?) suomalaisia. Nyt mä olen tietokonellani. Haluaisin nähdä televisota kohta.
  2. reea
    5 Days Ago
    reea
    en tiedä jos "opiskelen suomea kolmasta kuukausta" on oikea... juu näin “Uusi kielemme/our new languge” netti-sivua... monta kuukautta sitten!
    tänään menin koulua niin kuin tavallinen. mulla oli ranska ja filosofia kurssia. ja puhuin suomalaisen kaverin kanssa puhelimassa! se oli kiva puhua hänen kanssa. mitä sinä tehnyt tänään? Ja mistä sä oot kotoisin?
  3. Kyösti
    5 Days Ago
    Kyösti
    Tarkoin sanoa: opiskelen suomea (three months.) Oletko näynyt “Uusi kielemme/our new languge” netti-sivua? Siillä on tärkeä tieto mutta niin paljon sitä. Kiitos, nyt voin sanoa “kiireinen” ☺. Minäkin olen kaverini kanssa ja juoksen XCia. Nyt kun juoksen, ulos siellä on kylmempi ilma. Minä pidän tästä- en pidä kuumasta ilmsasta kun juoksen. Nyt minua väsyttää, se oli pitkää päivää. Tänään, mitä olet teenyt?
    Hyvää päivää!
    -minä en osa paljon suomea. Vain alkan oppia suomea.
  4. reea
    6 Days Ago
    reea
    Alkuin oppia itseni suomea kolme vuotta sitten. Varmasti, suomen kielen on niin vaikea kieli. Mutta viime aikona, minusta se ei oo vaikea. kiireinen on "busy" suomeksi. No, kun mulla ei oo kiire, soitta musiikkia, oppia kieltä, pelata jääkiekkoa vai mä oon kaverin kanssa. entä sulle?
    (mun suomea ei oo virheetön, mutta yritän!)
  5. Kyösti
    1 Week Ago
    Kyösti
    When I went to Montreal a long time ago, the signs were in French and English and some places only had French or English. I find it neat how in Europe many people know at least a few languages. The savusauna seems really fun although I’ve only done electric sauna. Whenever I mention the sauna with people I’ll sometimes say it with Finnish pronounciation. I feel the same way about Finlnad, I can’t entirely explain why I like the country and culture.

    Kiitos, haluaisin puhua suomea. Kirjani “Beginner’s Finnish” on ihan hyvä! Kauan pitkä opiskelit suomea? Opiskelen suomea 3 kuukautta (?). Vaikka suomen kieli on vaikea, silti se on hyvää opiskella. Kun et ole (busy), mitä sinä pidät tehdä?
  6. reea
    1 Week Ago
    reea
    my mother toungue is french, but as you can see, I can speak english as well. :P
    Montreal is pretty fine, I guess, but it's nothing compared to Finland!
    I have done savusauna all the time! It really is way better than the electric sauna. you have to add wood to the fire, and throw water on the rocks to make some steam. it's really awesome! you have to try it! and then run and jump into the lake. you have to be naked when you go to sauna. its just an unwritten rule that everyone fallows.
    I'm not of finnish ancestry, I have irish and norwegian blood, though. My connection with finland is really undescribable (?). it is just that way, without explanation much!
    joo, jos sä haluut puhua suomea, voimme. <:
  7. Kyösti
    1 Week Ago
    Kyösti
    Kyösti is a nickname ‘cause I like Finland but I don’t know my ancestory very well outside of that I’m from Europe so maybe. Are you of Finnish ancestory? I think while its cool if someone is and likes it, maybe what’s more important is what they think about Finland. The best way I can explain it is how if a foreigner is 25 years old, has lived 12 years in Finland but still knows their home country’s language and culture along with Finland, are they Finnish? In Finland, did you ever try the savusauna? I heard that kind of sauna is generally only found in Finland vs. the electric sauna which is found everywhere.
    I guess what we could do is write a bit in Finnish sometimes if that sounds good for both of us practicing what we know.
    Finally, how is Montreal? I've been to Montreal and it seems like a nice city. Do you speak French and English?
  8. reea
    1 Week Ago
    reea
    yes, I love the sauna! I miss it so much.. of course we have some saunas here... but its not the same! :P
    In Quebec, there isn't that much Scandinavians people. In Thunder Bay (Ontario), there are a lot of finns, at least 10 or 15% od the population is finnish.
    sure, I can help you with basic stuff for travelling. is there anything speacific you would like to know? Are you of Finnish ancestors? (well Kyösti is definitely a finnish name :P)
  9. Kyösti
    1 Week Ago
    Kyösti
    It must take a lot of work to have gotten such an acquaintance with Finland. There aren’t many Finns/Scandinavians in Quebec? I live in the states, I guess in Minnesota we are known for our northern European population but I don’t attend school in the state. I’d like to know a sort of basic “traveller’s/tourist’s” Finnish if I went as I don’t Swedish even though English you mentioned is spoken as well. I’ve heard Finns are pretty nice and welcoming to foreigners- especially those who know some Finnish! That’s cool you were thought to be a native Finn at times. What I like most about Finland is the welcoming culture, awesome language and how it has many good bands. And the sauna!

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