Minna in Vancouver is doing 19 things including…

learn finnish


 

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Minna has written 3 entries about this goal

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To be honest, I haven’t learned Finnish but I did sign up for a Finnish class. It was fun, once a week for two hours… but to be honest, learning a language only once a week is not enough, especially with a difficult language like Finnish.

So my first attempt didn’t go so well, so instead I”m going to revamp this goal to be something more specific.



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Now that I’m in Vancouver, there is only one place that offers Finnish language courses – the Scandinavian Cultural Center. They offer a variety of courses, but usually only once a year. The courses vary from “complete beginners” “beginners” and “non-beginners” (which I think is comparable to intermediate.) The “complete beginners” session starts in September, so I’m keeping an eye on the website for registration information closer to the date. It’s definitely something I want to make an effort to learn.



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The fall/winter guide for UVIC continuing education is coming out. Last year they offered a beginner’s Finnish class in the evenings. Hopefully they do the same this year, as I plan on signing up for it.

While my attempt at taking a French class failed miserably, I did enjoy learning Japanese from scratch and therefore I think that method will be fine for learning Finnish. Fingers crossed!



 

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