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New term commencing in January 2017. Enrolment now possible. If the timetable for your desired language has not been uploaded to the website yet, please check back soon.
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Sandford Languages Dublin Finnish Evening » Finnish
The Sandford Language Institute has been running courses in Finnish since 1989.
Our tutors are native speakers and qualified teachers, teaching the communicative use of the language and making it as relevant as possible to every day situations. All of the main language skills of Reading, Writing, Listening, speaking and Use of language (Grammar) are developed in class.
Enrolment for upcoming January 2017 classes is now possible. Should you have any queries, please contact Mary Zerbe on 01 2601296 or email@example.com
|Finnish Enquiries 2016/2017 (please submit your enquiry here)||Enquiry for Finnish Language Courses|
|Finnish Level 1 Beginners January 2017||For students who are beginners in Finnish.|
|Finnish Level 2 January 2017||Advanced beginners - for beginners with a basic knowledge of all the above language skills or for students who have completed the beginners course. Level 2 focuses mostly on the conjugation of nouns and the dreaded 15 cases the Finnish language has. The grammar is covered in an approachable and understandable manner through various different texts in everyday situations from shopping to travelling and discussing about living arrangements / home vocabulary and hobbies and likes / dislikes. For nouns, also the plural forms are learned, and for verbs, the past tense.|