During our research and intreviews we discovered that there are many things in common between Finnish and Slovene students. We all like to eat pizza and hamburgers and also watch tv at home in the evenings. Almost every student has his or her own mobile phone and we use them quite a lot. Other similaritíes include also the fact both countries have youngsters who don't do any sports and youngsters who are really sporty.
However, wed managed to find some differences, too. For example, Slovene students spend a lot of time in bars and Finnish don't until they are 18. People in Slovenia are not as strict about age limits as they are in Finland. Slovenes are more friendly and talkative. Finnish teenagers, like most Finns, are rather quiet when compared to Slovenes.Also, Finnish students ride a bike more often than Slovenes do. They have got a lot of homework which is something that Slovenes don't have. Slovene students talk a lot more than Finns during classes. Finnish students spend a lot of time writing.
Bowling in Trbovlje
Editor(s): Kati Korpela, Henna Kettinen
Modified: 23.5.2003 12:10