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Vocabulary Lists 10 Lines You Need for Introducing Yourself

10 Lines You Need for Introducing Yourself

10 lausetta, jotka tarvitset esittäytymistä varten.
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My name is Ella.
Nimeni on Ella.
My name is Ella.
I'm from Finland.
Olen kotoisin Suomesta.
I'm from Finland.
I live in Helsinki.
Asun Helsingissä.
I live in Helsinki.
I’ve been learning Finnish for a year.
Olen opiskellut vuoden verran suomea.
I’ve been learning Finnish for a year.
I'm learning Finnish at FinnishPod101.com.
Opettelen suomea FinnishPod101.com-sivustolla.
I'm learning Finnish at FinnishPod101.com.
Hello, it's nice to meet you.
Hei, hauska tavata.
Hello, it's nice to meet you.
I'm 27 years old.
Olen 27-vuotias.
I'm 27 years old.
I'm a teacher.
Olen opettaja.
I'm a teacher.
One of my hobbies is reading.
Yksi harrastuksistani on lukeminen.
One of my hobbies is reading.
I enjoy listening to music.
Nautin musiikin kuuntelusta.
I enjoy listening to music.
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FinnishPod101.comVerified
Friday at 3:31 pm
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Can you introduce yourself in Finnish?


P.S. Check out this FREE Finnish lesson: Learn Finnish in Three Minutes - Self-Introductions

https://www.finnishpod101.com/2012/06/01/learn-finnish-in-three-minutes-1-selfintroductions/

FinnishPod101.comVerified
Sunday at 4:22 pm
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Hello Mary,


Thank you for your question.

A double vowel is always pronounced as one continuous sound, that is most often a bit longer than a similar sound in other languages and it is always a continuous sound in Finnish. Words as "baari, banaani, luumu" etc consists a double vowel.

I hope that helps a bit. 😄


Let us know if you have any question.

Cheers,

Aarni

Team FinnishPod101.com

Mary
Friday at 9:50 pm
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Is there some rule about double vowels?

When to use?

Special sound?

Hold the sound?