What’s Onnenkieli Language School?

Onnenkieli Ltd. is a language school in Tampere. The company was founded in 1992 and already over 4,000 students all over the world have successfully studied on our courses. 

The suggestive teaching package used in teaching is developed and produced by the school’s founder, and very much sought after educator, Önne Kankainen. The used teaching package was awarded the Adult Education Quality Prize in 2002. 

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  • 05/03 Let’s Speak Finnish! Beginner Level Part 2

    Starting level A1.2 Module 2 gives you a chance to learn and talk about hobbies and popular Finnish pastimes. You will get a chance to experience the Finnish cottage culture first-hand. You will pick up the basics of the Finnish Small Talk: discussing weather, family and common interests. You will get to know vocabulary and expressions you will need when visiting a restaurant. Grammar topics covered include interactive revision of topics covered in Part 1; the past tense (the positive and negative); the possessive suffix; months and dates (ordinal numbers); verb rections; the use of action nouns; the 3rd infinitive; the imperative; the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives; the partitive plural; the passive present and past tense Course time: 5.3.-18.4.2019, on Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • 14/01 Let’s Speak Finnish! Beginner Level Part 3

    Starting level A1.3 In Part 3, you will discuss the Finnish education system and explore the study opportunities available to you. You will take a look at your study strategies and get tips on how to boost your learning potential. You will learn about visiting a post office and a bank, as well as using various online services in Finnish. You will learn vocabulary and expressions needed for booking and staying in a hotel. You will familiarize yourself with the Finnish phone etiquette and learn to make reservations and appointments by phone. Grammar topics covered include interactive revision of topics covered in Parts 1 & 2; the object; the 1st infinitive (the long form); demonstrative pronouns; verb rections; the necessive clause (on + -tava); the comparative and superlative forms of adverbs.  

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