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02-03-2013, 03:06 AM
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Originally Posted by wKetch22 View Post

Does anyone have any advice?
Just try not to get too frustrated with the complexity of Finnish language. Seriously though, I guess my advice is that keep it simple composing short sentences (similar to the example you used beneath) and not trying to get too fancy with the grammar. Just learn the basic grammar and vocabulary, and go from there. Try to learn the pronunciation as well since it differs a lot from English.

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Originally Posted by wKetch22 View Post
Also how did I do on my first sentences haha

Minun nimeni on Vilhelm. Minä voin hyvin. Minä olen New Hampshire. Asun New Yorkissa. Olen töissä elokuvateatterissa. Suomi on paras.
The bolded should be "minä olen New Hampshiresta". Sta/stä ending is the equivalent for "from" in English. Otherwise they are correct.

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