Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

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Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by Finland Blue » Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:51 pm

Is there any software out there - flash cards, dictionaries etc - for Finnish language learning on the Nokia E71 mobile phone?



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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by sinikettu » Wed Oct 08, 2008 1:11 pm

I have the full WSOY Finnish-English-Finnish dictionary on my E90 not sure if it is compatible with E71.
Is it.. Nokia S60 3rd edition?
I bought from mine from..
http://www.lumisoft.net/wsoysanakirjat/index.php

http://www.lumisoft.net/phonemodels/s603rdphonesfin.php
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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by neil » Sat Apr 04, 2009 3:04 pm

http://www.kielikone.fi/en/Products/Dic ... OT+Mobile/

Compatible with S60 3rd Ed (includes E71)
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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by paddyharper » Mon Apr 06, 2009 4:12 pm

on the E71 go to menu > office > dictionary and options > Download Languages. You can have 3 languages at a time 'installed'. Just set Finnish as the source language and English as Target and there you go :O)
It works for all the words I've needed so far.


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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by jas_rho » Wed Apr 08, 2009 1:28 pm

paddyharper wrote:on the E71 go to menu > office > dictionary and options > Download Languages. You can have 3 languages at a time 'installed'. Just set Finnish as the source language and English as Target and there you go :O)
It works for all the words I've needed so far.
I was going to mention to do the same. It'll even pronounce the word for you in a nice robotic voice. It's pretty good but there have been a few words that I haven't found from there. I just can't think of them right now ;)
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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by AndReSos » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:39 pm

on the E71 go to menu > office > dictionary and options > Download Languages. You can have 3 languages at a time 'installed'. Just set Finnish as the source language and English as Target and there you go :O)
It works for all the words I've needed so far.
Thanks for your guide! You solved my problem.


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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by MagicJ » Tue May 19, 2009 12:11 pm

AndReSos wrote:
on the E71 go to menu > office > dictionary and options > Download Languages. You can have 3 languages at a time 'installed'. Just set Finnish as the source language and English as Target and there you go :O)
It works for all the words I've needed so far.
Thanks for your guide! You solved my problem.
This is great, i was considering the MOT or Nokia/WSOY but MOT is too technical for my limited needs and my company (which owns WSOY) doesn't give discounts on the Nokia/WSOY dictionary as it's a 'Nokia' product. F#ck 'em, i've got a perfectly useable, mobile finnish>english translator for free!

Cheers :beer_yum:

Now i'd better learn some Finnish :D

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Re: Finnish language learning software for Nokia E71

Post by saadatkarim » Tue Dec 07, 2010 6:51 pm

paddyharper wrote:on the E71 go to menu > office > dictionary and options > Download Languages. You can have 3 languages at a time 'installed'. Just set Finnish as the source language and English as Target and there you go :O)
It works for all the words I've needed so far.

Thanks for your information. It really works!! great


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