||I studied filology (specialization in Finnish and Lithuanian) for a bachelor degree at the Masaryk University. Now I'm a student of the Master's Degree Programme in Finnish and Other Finno-Ugric languages at the University of Turku. During these studies I've also participated in courses in general linguistics, mostly in introductory ones. On the first hand I'm interested in synchronical linguistics. My bachelor thesis concerned nominal inflexion and paradigma shift in Finnish. I have focused my master studies on Finnish and Estonian, comparison of their morphology and grammatical system in general. I'm also interested in prosodic features in Estonian. My knowledge in generative grammar is elementary and from my point of view not satysfiyng , so I would be very glad for the opportunity to learn more. I would like to participate in courses of phonology and syntax primarily, I am convinced I would use acquainted knowledge in my future studies. I would also like to hear for me new, refreshing and inspirating approaches to the language study.