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Zengan

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About Zengan

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    English, Bulgarian, Arabic
  • Native tongue
    Finnish, Bulgarian
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    Finnish, Bulgarian, English
  1. 41 neljäkymmentäyksi 42 neljäkymmentäkaksi 43 neljäkymmentäkolme 44 neljäkymmentäneljä 45 neljäkymmentäviisi ... 99 yhdeksänkymmentäyhdeksän 100 sata 101 satayksi 102 satakaksi 103 satakolme 110 satakymmenen 120 satakaksikymmentä 123 satakaksikymmentäkolme 146 sataneljäkymmentäkuusi etc etc..
  2. STARTING WITH D - Denmark --> Tanska --> Tanskalainen Djibouti --> Djibouti --> Djiboutilainen Dominica --> Dominica --> Dominicalainen Dominican Republic -->Dominikaaninen tasavalta --> Dominikaaninen tasavaltalainen
  3. STARTING WITH C - Cambodia --> Kambodža --> Kambodžalainen Cameroon --> Kamerun --> Kamerunilainen Canada --> Kanada --> Kanadalainen Cape Verde --> Kap Verde --> Kap Verdeläinen Central African Republic --> Keski-Afrikan tasavalta --> Keski-Afrikkalainen Chad --> Tšad --> Tšadilainen Chile --> Chile --> Chileläinen China --> Kiina --> Kiinalainen Colombia --> Kolumbia --> Kolumbialainen Comoros --> Komorit --> Komorilainen Congo --> Kongo --> Kongolainen Costa Rica --&
  4. 21 kaksikymmentäyksi 22 kaksikymmentäkaksi 23 kaksikymmentäkolme 24 kaksikymmentäneljä 25 kaksikymmentäviisi 26 kaksikymmentäkuusi 27 kaksikymmentäseitsemän 28 kaksikymmentäkahdeksan 29 kaksikymmentäyhdeksän 30 kolmekymmentä 31 kolmekymmentäyksi 32 kolmekymmentäkaksi 33 kolmekymmentäkolme 34 kolmekymmentäneljä 35 kolmekymmentäviisi 36 kolmekymmentäkuusi 37 kolmekymmentäseitsemän 38 kolmekymmentäkahdeksan 39 kolmekymmentäyhdeksän 40 neljäkymmentä and so forth..
  5. ...list continued: STARTING WITH A - Afghanistan --> Afganistan --> Afganistanilainen Albania --> Albania --> Albanialainen Algeria --> Algeria --> Algerialainen Andorra --> Andorra --> Andorralainen Angola --> Angola --> Angolalainen Antigua and Barbuda --> Antigua ja Barbuda --> Antigua ja Barbudalainen Argentina --> Argentiina --> Argentiinalainen Armenia --> Armenia --> Armenialainen Aruba --> Aruba --> Arubalainen Australia --> Australia --> Australialainen Austri
  6. Hi anna3103! Well, like in every country there's up and down sides about living in Finland aswell. For example the healthcare system is free for everyone in Finland but instead of paying for insurances we have to pay high taxes for pretty much everything. The taxes include education, infrastructures & much more of course. Anyhow if you like a long winter and a short summer then Finland is the perfect place for you! It's a shame that I'm more of a summer person. What kind of work did you do, if you don't mind sharing?
  7. Hello @Chiara ! Nice to meet you. Yes I've studied Swedish aswell but I kinda suck in it so I didn't list it as a language I know. Of course I know some vocabulary and the basics of Swedish but I don't count it as a language I know because I don't feel comfortable speaking it. I've studied it for six years in school so far and I still have to study it for some mandatory university course. Swedish is the second official language of Finland because of historical reasons and lots of Finns don't like it for the fact that Finland has been a part of Sweden back in the 1800's. I personally think its
  8. Thank you linguaholic! I'm happy to help in any ways I can!
  9. Just to avoid confusion, 'Mä' is a slang word for 'I' and the actual word from which 'mä' originates is 'minä'. In formal writing (job application etc etc) you just CAN'T use the "mä" version. So to sum up: English: "I am Ulla Ojala." Finnish slang: "Mä oon Ulla Ojala." Finnish formal: "Minä olen Ulla Ojala." So the slang word 'mä' is like the word 'minä' but you just kinda like drop out the "-in-" from it. Also notice the difference between 'oon' (slang) and 'olen' (formal). Hope this helps!
  10. There seems to be this misconception that Finnish is an easy language to learn. I'm sorry to say this to you people but its not. I've yet to meet a foreigner who speaks Finnish fluently and without an accent. Don't get me wrong, you totally can learn Finnish but don't expect to learn to speak it like a native or even fluently. Like all languages, in Finnish you have to practice your pronounciation in-order to sound like a Finnish person. This will take years of practice for some people and other people will never learn to pronounce Finnish words without an accent. Anyway, my post was not meant
  11. Hello everyone! So I just recently joined this forum and thought that it'd be nice to introduce myself. So I'm from Finland which means I speak Finnish as my native tongue so if there's anyone interested in learning Finnish (which by the way is pretty hard, or so I've heard) I'd be more than happy to help! I also speak Bulgarian as my second native tongue but I've never studied it in school. I can read and write Bulgarian to a certain point but the lack of education will be apparent when a Bulgarian person reads my texts and writings. My spoken Bulgarian is fluent tho because I've been speakin
  12. Hey! I speak Finnish (Finland's native language) and "Lies and Slander" would translate as: Lies = Valheita and = ja slander = panettelua "Valheita ja panettelua"
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