Finnish

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

Funny Pictures Today! (10 Pics

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

Finnish (says "Hug before you go") hanging on our indoor-doorstep

Finnish (says "Hug before you go") hanging on our indoor-doorstep

Finnish <<< Yeeeeh that doesn't make sense even to me and I'm Finn

I introduce you to the Finnish Dragon 'Salmon-Snake'

Finnish <<< Yeeeeh that doesn't make sense even to me and I'm Finn

VIDEO: Learn Finnish with me! The most useful Finnish words for travelers

Learn Finnish With Me! The Most Useful Finnish Words for Travelers

VIDEO: Learn Finnish with me! The most useful Finnish words for travelers

Alles ist relativ... keine Angst vor deutscher Grammatik - es gibt Schlimmeres !

Alles ist relativ... keine Angst vor deutscher Grammatik - es gibt Schlimmeres !

36 Great Pics To Wrap Up The Work Day

36 Great Pics To Wrap Up The Work Day

Learn some Finnish

Learn some Finnish

Seasons in Finnish! Request and translations by sinkadelic See more here  http://speutschlish.tumblr.com/post/77011415132/seasons-in-finnish-request-and-translations-by

Seasons in Finnish! Request and translations by sinkadelic See more here http://speutschlish.tumblr.com/post/77011415132/seasons-in-finnish-request-and-translations-by

Making Questions in Finnish! Love this!

Making Finnish Questions

Making Questions in Finnish! Love this!

Finnish (suomi) is a Finnic language spoken by about 5 million people in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Canada and Russia. It is closely related to Estonian. Finnish starting to appear in writing during the 16th century. The first piece of Finnish literature was a translation of the New Testament by Michael Agricola which was published in 1548. (...)

Finnish (suomi) is a Finnic language spoken by about 5 million people in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Canada and Russia. It is closely related to Estonian. Finnish starting to appear in writing during the 16th century. The first piece of Finnish literature was a translation of the New Testament by Michael Agricola which was published in 1548. (...)

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