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"Estonians" - 193 õppematerjali

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The Holiday Habits of Estonians

It is based on the survey where people had to speak about their holiday habits. The interviews revealed that estonians do not like to rest and relax a lot in Estonia. The majority of young people like to go travelling with their parents to some famous and interesting places. It was found that younger people do not want to go to sunny places, they just want to have interesting time. According to the survey younger people do not have same habits as older people. On the other hand some people just want to go to sunny places and be there for a long time. The older people surveyed said that it is better to rest with their husband or wife and not with small children. Most of the older people surveyed said that they can afford and want to go somewhere every summer. Only one person said that he prefers to stay in Estonia and with his family. The most popular destination is Franc...

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How to keep Estonians in Estonia - kirjand

I feel like the only thing they want is to make teir lives better, not the average person's. Whatever it is that they change it only drives Estonians away. I think that if everyone could get higher education for free they wouldn't have to get a student loan which they are not able to pay back after graduating. They have to get a well-paid job. But here in Estonia you can't get a great job unless you have a relative who's a top executive. Because of this many people go to a foreign country for a short time. At least that's what they say. Most of my friends and relatives who have gone abroad years ago are sure they are never coming back to live in Estonia. I'm not sure if it would help to keep Estonians in Estonia if kids would have a normal childhood but it really makes me angry that they have to be able to read at the age of 5. I think it wouldn't h...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Article: Estonians

Estonia is quite a northern country and therefore Estonians may seem a bit peculiar to ones from south, but don't be scared, they will not eat you (alive). Estonians are quite tranquilly and bottled up people - they might love or hate you and if you're not an expert will not make a difference as they didn't care at all. Rarely tend they to kiss or hug each other unless their beloved ones. So if they nevertheless do it then there's a great chance you're dealing with some non- Estonians. But there's no reason for worrying- if a person is from a region where that kind of over-loving-behaviour is common and he or she practices it anyway then a bathetic Estonian will just bear it and play along. In case of visiting like in many other European countries in Estonia it's also polite to bring some presents with you, usually a box of chocolate or something like that will do the trick. To greet "Tere!" is the word you won't get wron...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Holiday Habits of Estonians - essee

It is based on the interviews with people in different ages. How many trips and where The interviews revealed that most people have travelled in Estonian neighbour countries - Finland, Sweden, Latvia and Russia. The majority of young people told that they went to Finland or Sweden, because these kind of trips are cheap. People travel approximately 1-3 times a year. The older people surveyed said that they want to travel more, but their health or money does not allow that. The most popular destinatios is Egypt. The average length of trips is 3-7 days. What kind of transport and accomodation people use. With whom they travel. The majority of young people said that they often use a bus or thumb lift. Older people said that they prefer a comfort, so they use a plane and they stay in a hotel. The interviws reveales that people travel with friend an...

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Estonians and their habits

For example, Italians are very impulsive. French people don't like the British. Germans are pedantic. Russians are generous, but lazy. What about Estonians ? In Estonia when a stranger on a street smiles at you, you can assume that: he is either drunk, insane, from another country or all of the above. Estonians don't smile too often. Estonians are not very talkative either. In Estonian schools teachers have stopped asking their students "Are there any questions?" It is especially hard to keep a conversation flowing with an Estonian when you don't know each other very well. I tried to make a conversation with an Estonian classmate of mine once (whom I didn't know very well) and it sounded like that: Me: So... what did you do during your holidays? C...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Report, The travelling habits of Estonians

It is based on a survey carried out by the students of 10a between 10th to 15th February in 2010. The interviews involved students and adults. The majority of young people want to travel by car or by plane and their favourite accommodation is a hotel or camping. They are ready to pay about 6000 EEK for one trip. Adults like to travel by car too and their favourite accommodation is a hotel, while older people like comfort. More than 90% of questioned adults found that a hotel is the best accommodation. Adults are willing to pay about 5000 EEK for one trip. Most of the questioned people would like to go to Spain, China and USA but in Estonia they would go on the islands and to the South-Estonia. To sum up can be said that adults and students do not have very different opinions. The biggest difference between the students and adults was the p...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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What are the Estonians like?

We, Estonians, are very friendly and care about each other. When our country is going through rough times , we stick together and try to go through them as one . There aren't many riots in our country, because we aren't violent people. We like to stay quiet, so only a few of us have the courage to say their opinion out loud. Estonians have quite good manners. We say hi to each other and we often say sorry, even if our acts aren't so bad. There are also many gentlemen in Estonia, who open doors for women and make a lot of compliments. I really like that, because one opened door or one little compliment can make your mood for the entire day. Our country has four seasons and every season changes our mood. In summer and winter Estonians are very happy, but in autumn, when the weather is rainy, foggy and afternoons are very dark, Estonians are quite...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Why Estonians work abroad?

Peoples go to country , where they want to live , most peoples go to other country because in Estonia are not good wage. Peoples want to get payd good for their job , in Estonia is minimum wage like 350 , but in Finland thats like 1000 or something. Of course Estonians go work to Finland , because they want to get better life. Peoples , who work abroad will get better job and get higher price for it. But it means that , when most peoples go out of Estonia , in 10 years maybe Estonian companies will broke up. Many peoples go work abroad , because in Estonia they dont get not enough wage.Estonians can cause difficulties when working abroad, finding the place, and they can be wickedly exploit. The Estonians, who go abroad to work, should remain in their homeland still live. People think about your life and want a better life for yourself, that's wh...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Famous Estonians

January 1979.  Koit Toome is an Estonian singer and musical actor.  In March 2010, he released his first studio album, named "Kaugele siit" ("Far from here")  Koit Toome has also embarked on a voice acting career, dubbing animated films. He provided the Estonian voice for Lightning McQueen in the Disney movie Cars. Ott Sepp  Born on the 29. June 1982 he is an Estonian actor, singer, writer and television presenter  Born in Tallinn, Sepp graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in 2004 and began performing at the Estonian Drama Theatre in 2005. Since 2006 he has been a principal actor at the Vanemuine theater in Tartu. Sepp has had prominent roles in Estonian films such as Names in Marble (2002), Malev...

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Estonians: What we’re really like

We love to travel and a lot of people have a job or go to school somewhere outside Estonia. Ernest Hemingway once said that at least one Estonian can be found in every part of the world. Many of us have emigrated to the US, Canada or Australia. Some of them came back after the restauration of the independence in 1991. Estonia is a quite young country with painful history but I think we've been strong and kept our heads up. We may have a little country but it doesn't mean that the people are small too. The Estonians are more self-confident than you can ever imagine. We have many talented people, especially athletes like Markko Märtin, Marko Asmer, Kaia Kanepi, Andrus Veerpalu and Mart Poom. We love sports and working out is a part of our lives, that's why you don't see almost any overweight pe...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Estonian National Cuisine

Traditional black bread spread in Estonia in the second century. In a household people usually baked bread on Saturdays. Depending on the size of the family, they usually made 6-10 loaves of bread. One loaf of bread usually weighed about 2-5 kg. Beliefs and habits If a piece of bread was dropped, it had to be picked up and given a kiss so that hunger would not come to the house. A loaf of bread was never put on a table upside crust down. That would predict a family member's death. It was not allowed to lay a loaf of bread with its cut side to the door, because then the house would run out of bread. Eating the crusty end of bread would give a girl nice breasts. Warm bread was supposed to be broken not cut. Christmas bread Christmas bread had t...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Estonian people

Estonian people Rait Rehemets Kenor Pille Population of Estonia · The population of Estonia is 1 340 194 (1.01.2011) . Estonian people · Estonians are a Finnic peoples, closely related to the Finns. Estonian faith · Estonians is the Christian faith. This is one of the Estonian people(male). This is one of the Estonian people (female). Estonians description · The Estonians are a sort of people.Some of them are hardworking and others, again, lazy . Estonia's most famous athlethe · Name:Erki Nool · Erki Nool was born on 25th June 1970,in Võru. · Age:40 years · Erki Nool won many gold medals. The picture of Erki Nool Sources used: · Google pictures · Wikipeedia ...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Manners in Estonia

Age, experience and position earn respect. Older people are generally viewed as wiser and as a result revered and honoured. Elders are introduced first and in general are treated much like royalty. Those in senior positions bear the responsibility to make decisions in the interest of the group. Due to seniority titles are very important when addressing people. It is expected that you will use a person's title and their surname until invited to use their first name. Cultural Traditions Estonian culture as an identity is very strong. Oral traditions especially have played a key role in preserving traditions, stories and customs during Soviet administration. Singing is a very Estonian activity and the Estonians are known to have sung their way to freedom during the "Singing Revolution" of 1989-91. Manners Estonians on the whole a...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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ESTONIA - presentation

Population an estimated 1 364 100 people and 30 people per sq km. Capital of Estonia is Tallinn. Population in Tallinn is about 397 150 people ­ over a third of the nation. The biggest cities are Tartu, Narva and Pärnu. 70% of Estonians live in towns. All of the towns are old. · Estonia has 7000 rivers and streams. · Forests comprise slightly under half on Estonia's territory. · Scots pine, spruce, birch, aspen and alder are the most popular in the forest. · There are also a lot of animals: elks, roe deers, boars, brown bears, wolves etc. · About 10% of Estonia is a nature reserve. Estonians speak Estonian. It is used as a mother tongue by just under 1.1 million people. Estonian is one of the world's smallest cultural langu...

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Estonia

It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia, and to the east by Lake Peipus and Russia. Across the Baltic Sea lies Sweden in the west and Finland in the north. The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km 2, and is influenced by a humid continental climate. The Estonians are a Finnic people, and the official language, Estonian, is a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Finnish, and distantly to Hungarian and to the Sami languages. The population of Estonia is 1.5 million. Of this number 62 per cent are Estonians . The geography of the land is surprisingly varied. Islands make up 9,2 per cent of Estonian’s total territory, the largest islands are Saaremaa, Hiiumaa and Vormsi. The highest point is Suur Munamägi, which is 317m high. Estonia has a surprisingly mild climate for an area so far north. Sea winds keep the weather from becoming very cold or hot. Estonia’s flag has three horizontal stripes. The blue stripe at the top of the flag represents the sky. The middle stripe of black stands for the land. The white stripe at the bottom symbolizes hope in the future. The president is the most powerful official in Estonia’s government. The country’s parliament elects the president to a...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Suuline eksam

abiks.pri.ee FREE TIME 1. Is music popular in your family? What music do you like? 2. What musical instruments have you got in your home? 3. Can you play any musical instruments? 4. Do you sing? 5. Have you sung at a song festival? 6. Has your school got a choir? 7. When do you last go to a concert? What concert was it? 8. Have you ever been to an openair concert? What was it like? 9. Do you sing at family parties? Where else Estonians like to sing? 10. Have you got a collection of cassettes, CD´s or LP´s at home? 11. Have you watched a ballet on TV? 12. Which do you prefer ­ ballet, drama or musical? 13. How often do you go to the theatre? 14. Do you prefer going to the theatre or watching TV? Why? 15. Do you prefer buying a cheap ticket and getting a seat at the back or spending more money and sitting in the...

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English portfolio

The most important organ of Baltic German local government was the Diet, consisting of all the noble families who had been `selected' in a list of the eligible. Although jealously guarding their privileges, the knighthoods still never became entirely closed. Between sessions of a Diet, the legislative power of the knighthoods belonged to the Council of the Diet. The towns were governed by the Town Councils, which supplemented their ranks from among the representatives of merchants and lawyers. The citizens and the inhabitants of a town did not coincide -- most of the population had no civic rights. The lower class mainly consisted of Estonians . While an special status secured the supremacy of the Baltic knighthood and the German upper classes in towns, it considerably aggravated the legal and social situation of Estonians. It can be said that the pre-nationhood Landesstaat, with its strict social structure, effectively prevented Estonians from becoming Germans. Considering their relatively small number, the beneficiaries of the Landesstaat were additionally protected by their disproportionally large representation amongst the Russian elite during the following two centuries. Many noblemen of the Baltic provinces had remarkable military careers, the most brilliant being Michael Barclay de Tolly who excelled in the war against Napoleon. Highly-educated and with good language skills, the share of Baltic Germans in the Russian diplomatic corps was considerable; several became ministers and governors general....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

Estonian in comparison is a language that has been spoken in the area of present day Estonia for more than 4000 years, Meri (1976). 4 First links Although written evidence of regular links between Estonia and England date back only into the beginning of the 20 th century, it is clear that there have been links also earlier. These contacts might be very old. During Hanseatic times the trade on the Baltic Sea was quite active. The links might be even older. Historians have claimed that already during the second Punic war in 218 BC a northern nation called Esths controlled the north south trade of furs. It is most likely that some furs also reached the area of present day England. Even more likely contacts between Estonia and England date back to the beginning of the second millennium AD. It has been widely acknowledged, that Estonians and Danes often combined forces when attacking larger targets. This would mean that Estonians have made frequent and regular raids to the shores of England. Unfortunately there is no written evidence about these contacts. The only possible source of information is the comparison of coins and pottery found at different excavation sites. 20th century Regular documented contacts between Estonia and English speaking countries begun after Estonia gained its independence in 1918. At that time, England with her colonies was the biggest and the strongest sea power in the world. During the First World War England dominated the high seas and the Baltic Sea. So it is quite obvious that after the Bolsheviks gained power in St. Petersburg, The English navy came to aid the newly formed government of Estonia in their war efforts against the Bolshevik invaders. The Royal Navy detachment blocked Bolshevik attempts to land troops behind Estoni...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tallinn

Tallinn English College English Sergo Vainumäe 9A TALLINN Report Supervisor: Inge Välja Tallinn 2006 Order of contents: 1.Introduction 2.Toompea 3.Lower Town 4.Kadriorg and Pirita 5.Museums 1. Introduction Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, lies on the Baltic Sea. It is on almost the same latitude east St. Petersburg in Russia, Stockholm in Sweden and Stavanger in Norway, and covers 158 sq km. Tallinn was first marked on a map of the world by the Arab geographer al-Idrisi in 1154, its name then being Kolyvan (probably derived from the name Kalev). In the 13th-century Chronicle of Henricus de Lettis the town was called Lyndanise. Later came Reval (presumably after the old county of Rävala), the name used by the Germans who ruled the country for seven centuries. Russians then modified Reval to Re...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Viljandi

Kildu Basic School Viljandi by Eisi Kõiv Supervisor: Margit Kirss Kildu 2008 Our 700 years old Viljandi Viljandi is a town (24,000 inhabitants) in Estonia, 160 km south of the capital Tallinn. The town is the administrative capital of the county with the same name as the town. In Viljandi there is theater Ugala, cinema Rubiin, museum, art gallery. Give a concert in Culture centre, Jaani- and Pauluse church, but in Cultureacatemy, too. Folk Summer in Viljandi culminates with the annual folk music festival. The Viljandi Folk Music Festival is a music festival in Estonia with a central focus on European folk music.In the year 2006, over 24,000 people attended the concerts, but many more just came to take part in the festivities. As such, it is the largest annual music festival in Estonia, and one of the largest folk music festivals in Europe. Lake Viljandi Viljand...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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