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Referring to your romantic partner in Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish. (GOD I LOVE FINLAND!)

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Trust on Finns to have their own Finnish word for everything.

Trust on Finns to have their own Finnish word for everything. I'm learning Finnish right now!

Torkean hilpea elainsanasto ;) - (This is only fun if you understand Finnish..)

Torkean hilpea elainsanasto =D - (This is only fun if you understand Finnish.

Sauna rules...in a Finnish accent. ;-)  HA!  We have one in our sauna!

Finnish sauna

The Sauna (pronounced SOW-NAH), or "Really Hot Place Containing Naked People" is a Finnish.

Languages of Finland, Finnish in the main language in Lappland too, but the native minority language is sami.

Au pair work definition essay Over the last couple of weeks our class have been pondering on the definition of "work". In our society it has been the focal point of many lives for many generations.

Suomen kieli on rikas kieli. Finska språket är ett rikt språk.

I don't know how accurate the cultural translation is, but to avoid all the conjugations, simple is good. And every Finn I met was pretty conservative with words.

Äiti...äääittiiiii...ÄÄÄIIIIITTTTIIII!!!!

Finnish is not an Indo-European language. Neither is closely related Estonian, nor Hungarian and Basque.

Eläinlajit 32 ... learn Finnish with the smile ;)

Eläinsanasto

learn Finnish with the smile :D eläinlajit värikuvina

Eläinsanasto

“Fremdschämen” in German and myötähäpeä in Finnish: feeling pain when others are making fool of themselves or otherwise uncomfortable situation. It is a real thing particularly in empathetic relationships, love makes you do all kind of odd things.

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“Fremdschämen” in German and myötähäpeä in Finnish: feeling pain when others are making fool of themselves, or in otherwise uncomfortable situations - particularly in empathetic relationships.

Hungarian grammar

Hungarian grammar

I think Hungarian is the only European language that can challenge Finnish for the title of "hardest language to learn"

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