Why is Finnish language very different?

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Why is Finnish language very different?

Postby Giselberga » 2018-04-21, 11:16

I heard that Learning Finnish is very hard
Finnish Grammar and vocabulary are different with a lot of major language And very hard
Why is Finnish very difficult?

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Re: Why is Finnish language very different?

Postby TheStrayCat » 2018-04-21, 17:39

It is different because it doesn't belong to the Indo-European family and hence shares very little vocabulary with other European languages, and even loanwords are not always recognizable (Russian lozhka - Finnish lusikka, Swedish stol - Finnish tuoli).

Why is it difficult? Well:
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Re: Why is Finnish language very different?

Postby Naava » 2018-04-21, 17:42

TheStrayCat wrote:Why is it difficult? Well:

I approve of this answer. It's one of my favourite jokes. :lol:


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