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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Hi FinnishPod101 listeners!

What is your favorite mode of transportation?

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Saturday at 08:21 PM
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Hei Elsie!

Kiitos kommentistasi, thank you for your comment!

I couldn't find the error you mentioned, so perhaps it was already fixed. Thank you so much for noticing it though, we really appreciate it!

Best Wishes,


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Tuesday at 08:42 AM
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In this lesson,

the example using the wokd "aviopari" = married couple

is "Opiskelijat matkustivat bussilla."

and doesn't contain the word "aviopari" at all.


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Hei Kamil!

Thank you for good questions! I also agree with you - any kind of transport is perfect, as long as you get where you want to be! Personally I have to say though, that I really love flying and going by bike.

As to your questions:

- In the second sentence it says: "Ihmiset matkustavat tรถihin aamulla". So actually, there's no mention of trains. There is a train in the video, so that might be misleading though. I don't translate this into English, but I let you readers try to figure it out! Ok? :wink:

- In the third sentence it says: "Opiskelijat menevรคt bussilla." Surely you can also use the verb "matkustaa", as in "opiskelijat matkustavat bussilla", the students are traveling by bus. And you can also use the past-tense with both verbs; opiskelijat menivรคt bussilla, or opiskelijat matkustivat bussilla. They are both correct and used.

I hope this helps?


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Saturday at 09:00 PM
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Hello :)

For me any type of transportation is great whenever and wherever it takes you to visit either new or favourite place :)

I have also comment accordingly to lesson notes:

Sentence 2: non-past tense and past tense says really that people commutes to work on the morning by train, not only that on the morning ;)

Sentence 3: isn't there any past-tense conjugation of "menna" and matkustivat has to be used? Or it is just more common?

Thanks a lot!

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Tuesday at 03:03 PM
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Hi Contance!

A friend of mine dreams about a mini-van as to travel everywhere. I totally agree with you, if travel is one's thing, better go and discover the world. This is probably something that every human should do once in life!

May I ask you where did you worked?


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Constance Makela
Tuesday at 09:08 AM
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My favorite mode of travel is car (mini-van actually). I can stop when I like. I used to like to fly but it isn't fun anymore. It is a hassle. I have flown all over the world - by myself - in my younger days. But then I've also worked in different parts of the world. Great experience. Do it when you are young if travel is your thing.

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Monday at 09:43 AM
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Hi Mario,

Those are all great reasons for flying! :D Thanks for commenting!


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Mario Triballi
Wednesday at 08:43 PM
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My favourite mode of transport is to Fly! (English UK ). A person can go far and wide across the World in just a few hours! You can practice your language knowledge with the Air-hostess. All words to travel and order foods and drink for starters and then more!