Instructions: Please fill up the gaps below with appropriate forms of verbs mentioned next to the gaps

The Finnish Sauna Society is a cultural association __________ (found) in 1937 to __________ (foster)
the heritage of the national bath. The Society has around 4200 members.

The function of the Finnish Sauna Society is to __________ (preserve) the traditional native sauna
culture, spread information about it, correct wrong impressions about the sauna, __________
(emphasize) the meaning of sauna bathing for a healthy life and also to __________ (develop) the
sauna of the present day. To achieve its goals the Society, among other things, publishes
information in various forms, organizes seminars and symposiums, supports and initiates
scientific research and maintains a traditional sauna for its members.

The Society has __________ (publish) papers, books and other items in different languages, and it
__________ (issue) a quarterly magazine in Finnish __________ (title) SAUNA. The Society also
__________ (maintain) a close cooperational relationship with the sauna industry.

The members __________ (belong) to the Society on a personal basis. Enterprises may __________
(join) as __________ (support) members. The annual dues are __________ (confirm) at the general
meeting of the members each fall for the __________ (follow) fiscal year.

The Finnish Sauna Society __________ (maintain) a sauna establishment in Helsinki in natural
surroundings away from the urban area, yet close to downtown. The facilities __________ (include)
five genuine saunas __________ (heat) with firewood: three savusaunas, "smoke saunas" and two
of the later type saunas with chimneys to __________ (let) out the smoke during heating, cafeteria
and lounge outside porch possibility to __________ (swim) in the sea, also in winter, services of a
__________ (wash) lady, masseur, sauna library, office and conference rooms, and for ladies also a
hair dresser.
The sauna house is open to members and their guests five days a week, Tuesday through
Saturday, from afternoon until evening. We __________ (follow) the Finnish tradition of __________
(have) separate sauna days for men and women. Thus, Thursdays and Mondays are for ladies and
other days, with some exceptions, for men.
The Finnish sauna society
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The Finnish Sauna Society is a cultural association founded in 1937 to foster the heritage of
the national bath. The Society has around 4200 members.

The function of the Finnish Sauna Society is to preserve the traditional native sauna culture,
spread information about it, correct wrong impressions about the sauna, emphasize the
meaning of sauna bathing for a healthy life and also to develop the sauna of the present day.
To achieve its goals the Society, among other things, publishes information in various forms,
organizes seminars and symposiums, supports and initiates scientific research and maintains a
traditional sauna for its members.

The Society has published papers, books and other items in different languages, and it issues
a quarterly magazine in Finnish titled SAUNA. The Society also maintains a close
cooperational relationship with the sauna industry.

The members belong to the Society on a personal basis. Enterprises may join as supporting
members. The annual dues are confirmed at the general meeting of the members each fall for
the following fiscal year.

The Finnish Sauna Society maintains a sauna establishment in Helsinki in natural surroundings
away from the urban area, yet close to downtown. The facilities include five genuine saunas
heated with firewood: three savusaunas, "smoke saunas" and two of the later type saunas with
chimneys to let out the smoke during heating, cafeteria and lounge outside porch possibility to
swim in the sea, also in winter, services of a washing lady, masseur, sauna library, office and
conference rooms, and for ladies also a hair dresser.
The sauna house is open to members and their guests five days a week, Tuesday through
Saturday, from afternoon until evening. We follow the Finnish tradition of having separate
sauna days for men and women. Thus, Thursdays and Mondays are for ladies and other days, with
some exceptions, for men.
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