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could you tell me some phrases in suomi ?

i have just started learning it, its quite complicated really , but well, emm i need something that helps me introducing my self, like how old am i, where i come from, my name/age, and so on.
i will be so happy if anyone coul help me with that, im totally lost with this lenguage :P

For learning: Finnish
Base language: English
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    Is there someone here who speaks English?
    Puhuuko kukaan täällä englantia? (POO-hoo-koh KOO-kahn TAAL-la EHNG-lahn-tee-ah?)
    Apua! (AH-poo-ah!)
    Look out!
    Varo! (VAH-roh!)
    Good morning.
    Hyvää huomenta. (HUU-vaa HOO-oh-mehn-tah)
    Good evening.
    Hyvää iltaa. (HUU-vaa EEL-tah)
    Good night.
    Hyvää yötä. (HUU-vaa UU-eu-ta)
    Good night (to sleep)
    Hyvää yötä. (HUU-vaa UU-eu-ta)

    My name is ...: Nimeni on ...

    Nice to meet you: Hauska tavata.

    Hello: Hei.

    Goodbye: Näkemiin.

    Yes: Kyllä.

    No: Ei.

    Thank you: Kiitos.

    You are welcome: Ei kestä.

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