Now you know how to talk about date and time in Estonian, let’s continue with some more special occasions, holidays and how to wish people well in Estonian.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Estonian“.
All the best!
Palju õnne sünnipäevaks!
Happy New Year!
Head uut aastat!
with all my heart / wholehearted
Holidays & festive occasions
Pentecost / Whitsun
New Year’s Eve
(to) make a gift
Vocabulary & Phrases
I invite you to the party!
Ma kutsun sind peole!
What would you like? / What do you want?
Mida sa soovid?
present / gift [Sg]
presents / gifts [Pl]
Vocabulary trainer: Holidays & Good wishes in Estonian
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