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I re-posted this because I really want to learn this language...for me and for my love... Learning Swedish this is how you pronounce the alphabet. All the vowels are long, so A is pronounced Aaah and B is pronounced Beh, C is Seh and so on.

Finnish hand alphabet. Very close to ASL signs. Cool :)

Etusivu - Kuuloliitto

Kuulokynnys

Finnish 'Welcome' sign - photo by Dave_S on flickr…

Tervetuloa kotiin

A welcome sign. (Tervetuloa is the Finnish for Welcome). Attached to the wall of the earth cellar in the garden of my old house in Elimäki, Finland.

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Speutschlish

eSPañol. dEUTSCH. engLISH. language teacher and aspiring polyglot.

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 language, alphabet and pronunciation

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. (...)

learn Finnish with a smile.

Eläinsanasto

Lisää artikkelissa, tutustu.

This means how are you? in Finnish.

This means how are you? in Finnish.

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finland lesson Finnish Suomi suomen kieli i took it from facebook and i don't know the author sorrryyyyyy elamani-unelma

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Finnish slang!

Finnish words

Finnish slang!

Finnish grammar: 14 cases!! And some word sounds accidentally similar to some Japanese words...for example, Puutalo (tree house) in Finnish but in Japanese means person without job. Finnish is said to be a remote relative of Japanese language.

Finnish grammar: 14 cases!! And some word sounds accidentally similar to some Japanese words...for example, Puutalo (tree house) in Finnish but in Japanese means person without job. Finnish is said to be a remote relative of Japanese language.

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