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 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, Finnish Words, Finnish Language, Japanese Language, Linguistics Major, Learn Finnish, Language Study, Japanese Words, Good Communication

Finnish grammar: 14 cases!!

Finnish language differences compared to other languages.

The Finns don’t say something “vanished into thin air”. they say it “disappeared like a fart in Sahara” (Kadota kuin pieru Saharaan).

The 20 funniest Finnish expressions (and how to use them)

The Finns don’t say something “vanished into thin air”... they say it “disappeared like a fart in Sahara” (Kadota kuin pieru Saharaan).

Finnish language has 16 cases. We do not use prepositions or articles at all. Finnish is most closely related to Estonian and more distantly to Hungarian. Learn Finnish, Finnish Language, Communication Is Key, Language Study, Prepositions, More Than Words, Helsinki, Vocabulary, Fun Facts

Cheers in different languages. Now repeat after me.

Or "kippis"

Engrish Funny: Oh Finland, Yöüürre So Crääzy