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We are not even demanding that you study our language (like you are), we just want to use a foreign language we are most comfortable using. No wonder some claim Finns are quiet people, I would be too if I had to use Swedish. But for those who are not good at languages it has become an obstacle to learn a more important language (for many two is quite enough) or to even graduate. Do Dating sites in Denmark realise how insulting that sounds. Finnish speaking Finns are not Nordic Romantic date Oslo in their own right. That something Freudenthal might have said. Finns have had to fight for our right to be governed in Finnish, even to study in Finnish. They Dating sites in Denmark been against bilingual schools ssites were shocked by the idea. The rest of Finland is already multilingual and has been for a long time (though Swedish is generally not heard, ever). I would certainly not be opposed to Swedes, Danes and Norwegians learning Finnish, Faroese and Icelandic (we learn some of the two latter, but not Finnish, unfortunately) as I think speaking English to one another is ruining the Nordic idea. How about DDenmark it was mandatory for everyone in the Nordic countries to learn at least one more Nordic language apart from your own. That way Sitez could choose either Finnish, Faroese, Icelandic or Sami (or Greenlandic too. Yes, we would still have gatherings where not everyone would speak the same language but at least we would be able to translate for one another and avoid English between Nordic people. Why should we resort to a language completely outside the Nordic countries. Why add to the general angligication. Let is stay Nordic by understanding each other better. Joona, I did pick a fourth language, that was the maximum I could take.
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Where have I talked about mandatory Russian. Only people trying to turn the discussion elsewhere keep bringing that up. Most people want two mandatory languages but that they could be chosen from the languages the school can offer, usually at sties English, Swedish, German and French. Thyra, when all Danes, Swedes and Norwegians have mandatory Finnish (or Sami) for seven years in their schools, then we can talk more about that. Dsnmark
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Of course that will never happen. But thanks for the info, now I know I will never take part in any Nordic co-operation if the language is the most important thing, not common values, and Finnish Finns are Drnmark not wanted there. Though I have met quite nice Norwegians Datjng they had no problems speaking English, maybe they were unusually polite then.
You may not like anglicisation but swedicization is just as bad for Finnish. I had four mandatory foreign (non-Scandinavian) languages during my 12 years of school before university. On top of that my grandfather (who was from the Faroe Islands) taught me Faroese and my uncle (who was from Finland) taught me some basic Finnish. This was all before I was 18. Would you be open to learning Sami or Faroese. Or do you reject anything Nordic. Even the Nordic idea. Does the EU hold more appeal to you because in that case this debate is rather redundant.
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It depends on the school. For example in the Helsinki YNK we started English from the first and Swedish from the third. In some other schools there are different language options and different curriculum. I have no love lost between me and mandatory Swedish. But I have not been pissed by it either. That last one is a great question. Should Finnish be optional for Swedish-speaking (og English-speaking or other-language-speaking) Finns. If Swedish was optional then Finnish should be too. I realize that some Nordic citizens would rather see themselves as Europeans or even citizens of the world, which is fine, but I would rather tear down the boarders between the Nordic countries and unite us as one.
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So I also encourage my children to learn other languages, as I did myself. But since I love the Nordic idea, I would like for us to be able to communicate in Nordic ssites. The Swiss are able to communicate without resorting to English (as far as I know) even though they have four national language. I always took another language when I had the chance and ADting had the maximum number of courses in the upper secondary school.