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Finnish teacher needed

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abc_conlang_123
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Finnish teacher needed

Postby abc_conlang_123 » 2014-07-09, 21:50

Finnish is a language I find really interesting.
I would like to learn it, so my biiig question is : is there somebody who would teach it to me ?
I dont know words, but I have already learned how to read and write it.
As I study Latin and I speak Italian, I am familiar with cases and double letters.
In return I can teach Italian ( my first language), a little of Spanish or even a local italian language I speak.

Anybody is welcome, but a mother-tongue Finnish speaker would be the best :)
Native :  (it)  (egl) Fluent :  (en) A2 :  (es)  (la) Curious about :  (fi)  (ja)

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Re: Finnish teacher needed

Postby linguoboy » 2014-07-09, 21:57

abc_conlang_123 wrote:I dont know words, but I have already learned how to read and write it.

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Re: Finnish teacher needed

Postby abc_conlang_123 » 2014-07-09, 22:18

What do you mean :) ?
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Re: Finnish teacher needed

Postby abc_conlang_123 » 2014-07-09, 23:24

Oh ok :) ( thank you google translate )

I have learned its orthography on wikipedia.
And the ONLY lexicon I know is Suomi, hyvää päivää and yksi.
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Re: Finnish teacher needed

Postby Vlürch » 2014-07-22, 13:08

Well, sanakirja.org is a thing. Of course, there are lots and lots of other online dictionaries/translators as well, but this one is probably the best for Finnish, considering it's a Finnish site. It's obviously not going to do the trick for uncommon compound words, but that shouldn't be a problem if you're familiar with the way they're formed.


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