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    • A: Hello, I’m from Portugal and I’m visiting Estonia for the very first time. What are you all doing here?
    • B:Just spending time together.
    • A:Can I join you?
    • C:Of course
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    • A:So, I’ve heard that Estonians have the title of a singing nation. Why is it so? Are you all proffesional singers of smth? Will you sing for me?
    • D:No, no, me?.. no i’m too shy. But I sing in a choir and I have attended a song festival many times. We Estonians, like to sing in a biiiiiiig choir. I could sing if the others will join me.
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  • 6. „ Päike”-Indigolapsed
    • Bm           Em Päike läheb looja Bm         A        Bm Ta on meie oma õnne valguse tooja. 2x kõik koos
    • Ref: D Taas kord koidab päev, mil A sind ma endas näen    Bm    F#        Bm ja oma olemuse paremaks muudan
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    • Maa annab jõudu tema sisemuses kõige algus on peidus
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    • Vesi aina voolab purustab kõik oma teele seotud tõkked
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    • Tuli annab sooja tema ümber istudes me kiidame loojat
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    • . Päike läheb looja Ta on meie oma õnne alguse looja …..
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    • A:What was that song talking about?
    • H.About the sun, which we don’t see very often in here.
    • E:Yes, Ten months of the year it is too dark to be up and two months it is too light to go to bed.
    • G: The longest day in summer is over 19 hours, while the shortest winter day lasts only 6 hours.
    • F: And we really do have all 4 seasons
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    • A: So in winter you have snow?
    • E:Yes, but the temperatures may fluctuate daily by 20C
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    • B: As you understand the most suitable shoes for Estonia are rubber boots or skies.
    • A: You all love skiing, right?
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    • H:Yes, it’s really popular in Estonia. I bet you know Kristina....
    • A:Aguilera?
    • D: No, Šmigun. The most famous woman skier in Estonia.
    • A:Ok, but are there any other popular sports?
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    • G: Well, we have wife-carrying.
    • A:Wife-carrying? If that was real, it would be the best sport of all!
    • C: But it is a real sport.
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    • D: Yes, a man has to go through a special obstacle track and the team with the fastest time wins. It’s easy.
    • A: Sounds funny, how does the man hold the woman?
    • B: Well, There’s a special way... wait, we’ll show you..
    • …………………………………
    • A. You consider that a real sport?
    • F: Well, since we, estonians are quite good at it, ofcourse.... since 1998- 2008 Estonians are the world champions!
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    • A: But there are not many people living in Estonia, right?
    • G: You’re right, there are only 1.4 mln people in Estonia.
    • A: What? I bet you know everyone then?
    • H:Well, not exaclty, but.. my dad’s godmother is sumowrestler Baruto’s grandmother, who is my english teacher’s aunt, who is my best friend’s girlfriend’s neighbour, who is my...
    • A: Ok, I get it.. but, what do you all have in common?
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    • E: We all speak Estonian.
    • A: You have your own language?
    • D: Yes, it’s one of the world’s smallest cultural languages.
    • A:Teach me!
    • D: Ok, but know, that there are 4 strange vovels and you might have some difficulties with pronouncing..
    • A: yeah right.. hit me with your best shot!
    • B: Well, try saying „jü-ri-öö ü-les-tõus”
    • A: jpeuvnpivöö... what does it mean?
    • C: It’s a historical rebellion in Estonian history.
    • A: Teach me some more words.
    • G: well, the Estonian word for night is „öö”
    • A:...
    • H:An apple is „õun”
    • A:...
    • F:enormous is „üüratu”
    • And try saying: “Viska Tõnu õlu üle Ülo õla”
    • A: huh, so Estonian is not so easy as i thought.....
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    • E: We also have other things in common..
    • G:Yes, we all love sauna.
    • H:And we all know, that it’s more about socialising than washing.
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    • E:..and we all are proud, that Skype was invented by Estonians
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    • C:Oh, and we’re all used to finding wireless internet everywhere
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    • D:I don’t know about the others, but I haven’t payed in cash for 5 weeks.
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    • B: And we have a president not a king at the head of our country.
    • F: We’re also proud of the fact that according to a research, Estonian is the 2. most beautiful language, right after Italian.
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    • B: Yes, when the sun comes out, we will go to the beach and try to catch it, since we
    • don’t see sun even half as often as you do in Portugal.
    • G: And swimming in +18C water is a perfectly normal summer activity for us.
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    • C: And in the school, The most difficult subjects we learn are Estonian history, Estonian geography and Estonian literature.. And Russian.
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    • D:And every year we believe, that Estonia will once again win the Eurovision song contest as we did in 2001.
    • F: These are all in common!
    • A:Wow, that’s impressive.. but...I’m getting hungry, are there any great national food you would recommend me to eat?
    • *Kõik koos: hahahahhaaaa, recommend national food* (kui on mõtet :D)
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    • E: Well, you could eat potatoes, you can find these in every menu.
    • A: You like potatoes then?
    • H: Potatoes to estonians are like rice to japanese.
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    • F: But we also have Kohuke, especially good chocolate sweet
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    • E: And we eat blood sausage at Christmas time
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    • F: But when we visit foreign countries we usually bring along a box of Kalev chocolate, candies.
    • We can let you taste them too..... (Saadame Kalevi kommid laiali)
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    • A:These were really good. Do you have anything else good or interesting you’d like to share with me?
    • B:Of course we can show you a video of a song- and dancefestival and then we can teach you how to dance „Kaerajaan”.
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