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I hope the exam went well

Finnish translation: Toivon, että koe meni hyvin.

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16:43 Jun 4, 2001
English to Finnish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: I hope the exam went well
Expression of sincerity
michael
Finnish translation:Toivon, että koe meni hyvin.
Explanation:
You could also say "kokeesi" [your exam] instead of "koe" [the exam], or
"Toivottavasti koe/kokeesi meni hyvin."
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TarjaKarjalaine
Finland
Local time: 05:44
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na"Toivottavasti tentti meni hyvin"Elina Helkiö
naToivon, että koe meni hyvin.
TarjaKarjalaine


  

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Toivon, että koe meni hyvin.


Explanation:
You could also say "kokeesi" [your exam] instead of "koe" [the exam], or
"Toivottavasti koe/kokeesi meni hyvin."

TarjaKarjalaine
Finland
Local time: 05:44
Native speaker of: Native in FinnishFinnish
PRO pts in pair: 107
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"Toivottavasti tentti meni hyvin"


Explanation:
"Koe" means generally an exam at school, but if you are talking to for example a university student, the exams there are referred to as "tentti". You can also add a possessive, and say "Toivottavasti tenttisi meni hyvin", where "-si" means "your".

Elina Helkiö
Finland
Local time: 05:44
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PRO pts in pair: 24
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