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Moi!
This community is mainly for
1) people who are interested in Finnish
or
2) people who are interested in Finland.
For instance, when we have difiiculties in studying Finnish, we can come here to overcome that serious situation, such as the grammatical problems and the unique structure when spoken in private or in public by writing our problems on the board.
Or it's really acceptable to talk about Finnish or Finland freely for fun. Besides that, it will be useful for us to exchange our opinions about Finland on the board, such as nice places to visit and music.
I sincerely hope many learners can be together here and can give much mutual help to each other with politeness, consideration and passion.
Some people might not feel confident in foreign languages, but I'm sure it doesn't matter here because the important thing is not to do it perfectly but to do it passionately, to enjoy doing it.
Wouldn't you like to enjoy staying here for a while?
Please feel free to join this community!!
Kiitos!

Key word; Finnish, Japanese, mutual help, passion.

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9 comments

Jul 22, 2009

Self-Introduction!

To Introduce ourselves can be a nice opportunity to know each other. Let's introduce ourselves here! Please feel free to introduce ...

5 comments

Mar 15, 2010

Musiikki.

Moi!! This topic can be for attachment of Finnish music which you can recommend. Here is a music video of one of Finnish singers called...

18 comments

Jul 17, 2016

Miksi valitsit suomen/Suomen?

(Why did you choose Finnish/Finland?) Minua kiinnostaisi tietää, miksi opiskelette niinkin pientä kieltä kuin suomea. Suomen kielen ta...

4 comments

Nov 30, 2009

HI all ! ! Im from japan

Im japanese living in Hokkaido Japan. Hokkaido is northern island in japan so weather is same as finland I think. If I afford to travel...

2 comments

Feb 9, 2010

Why "niiden", not "ne"?

Hi, Can someone explain me the usage of the form "niiden" on the picture? Can I use "ne" here? If you have a gr...