KeelEST2020 – Worldwide Estonian Language Week

KeelEST2020 – Worldwide Estonian Language Week

The second KeelEST Worldwide Estonian Language Week will be organized between the 21st and the 27th of September. We are invited to a language learning adventure where each day is a new chapter introducing different aspects of the Estonian culinary culture as well as the Estonian language itself.

Our online Estonian lessons: 

22nd September 6.00-6.30 pm 
23rd September 6.00-6.30 pm  
24th September 6.00-6.30 pm
25th September 6.00-6.30 pm
26th September 10.00-10:30 am
  • Different topics will be taught at each lesson, so you can learn something new every time!
  • The lessons are free of charge and do not require any prior knowledge of the Estonian language.
  • The lessons are held via Zoom, by Hungarian speaking language teachers
  • Registration to the lessons: by sending an e-mail to ungari.praktikant(at)einst.ee. Please let us know the exact date of the lesson you intend to take part in the latest a day prior.
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Crossword puzzle:
From 21st September you can find a crossword-puzzle regarding Estonian language and food at our website and Facebook page. Solve the puzzle and win a surprise!
 
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Food & language challange:
Let's make something delicious together on 27th September! 
Check the recipe of Estonia's favourite dessert! 
 

The array of programs is continuously widening. You can pick and choose from the various events and Estonian language learning opportunities from the world map below:

keelest.estinst.ee/en/

If you are intrigued to discover more about the language or would like to get to know the best cafés join the Worldwide Estonian Language Week.

And those of you who have already mastered the Estonian language may apply to pass on the knowledge as a teacher below:

keelest.estinst.ee/en/opetan-eesti-keelt/

The event is free of charge and does not require any prior knowledge of the Estonian language.

When: 21st to 27th September

The event can be found on Facebook and Instagram

Facebook events organised by Estonian Institute in Hungary.