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Primus21Saturday 19th of March 2005 09:18:12 PM
Hi! Can you teach me esti? - Hi there! I wisited Estonia and fell in love with it. Now i want to learn the language. I come from Slovenia, so i can teach you my language, also i speak and write German fluently and English almoust perfect ;) Contact me if you want to learn or help me to learn. Hope to hear from you!
keaSaturday 19th of March 2005 09:53:59 PM
Tere! - Sure, I think all the Estonians here are more than happy to help you. So contact me or any other Estonain for help.
Õnn kaasa! :D
tmoonSunday 20th of March 2005 04:06:23 AM
- Živio Primus, kako si? :D

I'm English, I speak a bit of Estonian (but not much)... I can say a few words of Slovenian and I'd like to learn some more of them. If you see me in the Classroomroom then feel free to Classroom and exchange languages!

Head aega!
~Tom
Primus21Sunday 20th of March 2005 02:37:37 PM
- [quote]Originally posted by tmoon


Živio Primus, kako si? :D

I'm English, I speak a bit of Estonian (but not much)... I can say a few words of Slovenian and I'd like to learn some more of them. If you see me in the Classroomroom then feel free to Classroom and exchange languages!

Head aega!
~Tom[/quote]

Of course. I sent you a PM so we can meet!
Helen FlemingSunday 20th of March 2005 10:34:27 PM
Hi Primus, - Just like the people above me, I am pleased to offer you my help and MSN address – Skype name. Greetings out to Maribor, Slovenia, and I hope to see you here often.
Päikest! :)

tigerthetonySaturday 09th of July 2005 06:12:12 PM
- I too fell in love with Estonia ! :) I've never visited but i wish to, I know little basics of Estonian, I learned them from a computer cd-rom, but I have been searching for more advanced ones.. does anyone know of any?

Something like The Rosetta Stone would be fantastic, I know they don't have an Estonian Version, I was upset about that! hehe :)
JadokesaMonday 11th of July 2005 12:39:36 AM
- Tere, tigerthetony!

I use the Swedish version (original) of "The Estonian Textbook", by Juhan Tuldava. It is very good, and explains in a very easy-to-understand-way. You might want to search a bit for it. It does however not have a tape accompanying, so you might want to search for a Estonian phrases tape, too.
Helen FlemingMonday 11th of July 2005 05:21:49 AM
Language Learning Software for Estonian (Beginner Level) - Sorry, I couldn't find any advanced material.

[url=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002DA91U/qid=1121031210/sr=8-1/ref=pd_bbs_1/002-7955451-9513650?v=glance&s=software&n=1000]EuroTalk Interactive Talk Now! Learn Estonian CD ROM Estonian Language Course for Beginners[/url]
[url=http://www.digitalriver.com/dr/v2/ec_MAIN.Entry17c?CID=108243&PN=5&SP=10007&SID=21430&PID=405185&DSP=&CUR=840&PGRP=0&CACHE_ID=-1#top]101 Languages of the World Estonian CD ROM for Windows and Macintosh[/url]
[url=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002DA91U/qid=1121031210/sr=8-1/ref=pd_bbs_1/002-7955451-9513650?v=glance&s=software&n=1000]Instant Immersion 102 Languages 6 CD ROM[/url]
[url=http://lingvosoft.globaltranslator.biz/Estonian/english_estonian_flash_windows.html]LingvoSoft FlashCards English-Estonian for Windows[/url]
[url=http://www.imtoo.com/er-enueti.html]EasyRead 2002 English-Estonian Translation Tool[/url]