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August 2015

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Rodolfo and David found a way to break the ice: speaking Finnish

August 27, 2015

“Definitely aurinko (the sun). It sounds so beautiful and reminds me of the magical AURYN talisman in The Neverending Story”, responds the Catalan Rodolfo Garrido Andrés when he is asked about his favorite Finnish word. Rodolfo started studying Finnish a couple of years ago when he started going out with a Finn. “I started to learn Finnish out of respect for him. I wouldn’t have had to, but I love languages! We are not together any more, but I have…

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Get started with Finnish free of charge

August 24, 2015

WordDive has launched a new Get Started with Finnish course package completely free of charge. The package includes two elementary level courses (Finnish 1 and Finnish 2) as well as an introduction to verb conjugation in present tense. You will learn useful words and common phrases concerning family, home, shopping, public transport, food and time. Starting is easy and takes only a few minutes. These courses focus on the most essential vocabulary and expressions that you will encounter in everyday life. Before…

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We have reached 10 million permanent study items!

August 11, 2015

It’s time for a party! We have reached a new, impressive milestone: the total number of study items learned permanently by WordDive users has exceeded 10 million. This is a very impressive achievement that belongs to all of you. You are really persistent and hard-working students! Did you know that the whole WordDive method is developed around permanent learning? With WordDive, you repeat things exactly the amount of times that is necessary for you. When you exercise for a long time, the…

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We’ve got Good News from Finland for you!

August 10, 2015

Anne Salomäki, Journalist (Good News from Finland), has tried using WordDive for the first time. In her recent article she shares the experience of brushing up her French and Spanish and starting to learn German with WordDive. She also talked to Timo-Pekka Leinonen, WordDive CEO, about the story behind the program and asked him about different features of the service and future plans. “Will WordDive bring back my lost French? Starting to use the service is effortless. Whilst clicking on…

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