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New users ONLY... How did you discover Finland Forum

I've been a user for more than 4 months now.
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6%
From a friend or existing user
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13%
From a business card I received
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From Google or Yahoo!
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53%
From a search engine (other than Google or Yahoo!)
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3%
From 'finland.org'
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2%
From 'uranusfin.com'
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From another website (please tell us from which website)
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Other (please tell us below)
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From the Learn Finnish online program
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Total votes: 915

David
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How I learned about the .

Post by David » Sun Dec 28, 2003 10:07 am

I learned about the . from the December 22 edition of the online Helsingin Sanomat International Edition and then clicked on the link



How I learned about the .

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TobyA
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Post by TobyA » Tue Dec 30, 2003 1:04 am

Saw the link on Helsingin Sanomat International last week. Horrified that I had been missing out for so long!


Smile
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Post by Smile » Sat Jan 03, 2004 8:43 pm

I entered "Finland" when doing a google search. It was easy to find you :)
Im really amazed by the wide variety of topics, and the loads of information. Im just reading and reading and reading...I found here are lot of things to learn about Finland and life there.
You are doing a great job, many, many thanks!!!

Smile


kira
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Post by kira » Sat Jan 03, 2004 9:15 pm

I found the link on the International Edition of Hesari.

Great site, thank you!


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Post by Rosamunda » Sat Jan 03, 2004 10:11 pm

I also discovered . via the International edition of Helsingin Sanomat. I have been here for over two years, and although I mix with quite a few ex-pats I had never heard of this site. I found ranska.net quite helpful though, same kind of thing in French, more chatty maybe, less informative though. I write a monthly newsletter for the BWA (women's group for English speaking ex-pats in Helsinki), so I will definitely plug this website in the next edition.


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Sara
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Post by Sara » Sat Jan 03, 2004 10:35 pm

Penelope, is that American or women in general? Ive not heard of that one myself.

PM if we can be of any help to you

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schubi
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Location: Helsinki

Post by schubi » Wed Jan 14, 2004 11:06 am

And again .... Hesari International Edition, Dec 22
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Cod
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Location: Espoo

..bingo...

Post by Cod » Thu Jan 22, 2004 10:16 pm

..Lonely Planet funnily enough, I posted there hoping to find some advice on how to sort things out before I get to Finland...

...call it divine intervention if you like but I dunno if there's an option for that.

thanks JC

David


cisco
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Post by cisco » Thu Feb 12, 2004 2:31 pm

I discover this forum via an chinese forum based on fi.kina.cc!!! :D
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Satiro
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Location: Madrid

Post by Satiro » Sat Feb 14, 2004 4:42 pm

I typed "learn finnish" in google, and voilá. really glad to have found this forum :D It's quite informative. I always have been interested in finland, so since I met a finnish friend I´ve decided to "opin suomea", kielikoulu works perfectly. Kiitos
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soloturku
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Post by soloturku » Mon Mar 29, 2004 9:02 am

Hi
for my part i discovered .
from http://www.uuno.tpu.fi/
cu around people


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pierrot
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Post by pierrot » Mon Mar 29, 2004 10:19 am

I discovered . one morning while sailing westwards with my ships Pinta, Nina and the Santa Maria.
Here in Finland, I have done everything I can to blend-in with the Finns, I've changed my hair color, wore differnet clothes, got different


Futhark
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Post by Futhark » Tue Mar 30, 2004 4:50 pm

Hallo!

This is my first time here :D

I found this site when I was looking for sites under the topic "Learn Finnish". So .. Now you're stuck with me.

Btw .. I'm looking for ways to learn Finnish though selfstudy. I'm moving to Finland from August, and I guess I need to learn as much Finnish as possible.

- Futhark
Hallo! I'm a Dane looking for people to pratice my Finnish with. I'm moving to Finland in August.

See you around.


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Make
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Post by Make » Fri Apr 16, 2004 10:56 am

Hi,

I've always been looking for a proper site to learn finnish an easy way...
A week ago I got a hint via my girlfriends work, one of her Finnish colleagues recommended http://www.finnishschool.com.

Through there I came in this wonderful world of good hints and just good entertainment.

So basically I found it via friends. :)

Mark
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deeplymauritius
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Location: Jyväskylä

Post by deeplymauritius » Fri Apr 16, 2004 1:34 pm

I didn't discover . this way (as I joined before leaving the UK) but it was nice to see a . poster that someone had put up in the language centre here at Jyväskylän Yliopisto!!!

back to the books now - why can't there be a pill that I can swallow that would make me wake up tomorrow speaking fluent Suomi-speak???!!!!

Michael
The world was once so nice and shiny then Sh*t happened


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