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         Finnish Language:     more books (100)
  2. SCARLETT [Finnish Language] by Alexandra Ripley, 1993
  3. The Structure and Development of the Finnish Language (Uralic and Altaic) by Lauri Hakulinen, 1997-07-28
  4. Language Finnish by Language, 1985-12
  6. Life in two languages: The Finnish experience
  7. Finglish Handbook: Being a Practical Language Guide... From English to Finnish to Finglish by Heino A. "Hap" Puotinen, 1971
  8. Linguaphone English Language Course For Finnish Speakers (10 Audio Cassettes and Books) by Linguaphone, 1995-06-30
  9. Teach Yourself Finnish: Complete Course (Teach Yourself Language Complete Courses) by Terttu Leney, 2003-03
  10. MLS Easy Immersion Finnish Pro by Magnum Language Systems, 2006-01
  11. Spoken Finnish by Thomas A. Sebeok, 1987-12-01
  12. On Definiteness: A Study with Special Reference to English and Finnish (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Andrew Chesterman, 2005-11-17
  13. Basic Course in Finnish (Uralic and Altaic) by Meri Lehtinen, 1997-07-29
  14. Maapallon Seuraavat 100 Vuotta: Elamasta on kysymys (The Next One Hundred Years: Shaping the Fate of Our Living Earth - in Finnish) by Jonathan Weiner, 1992

21. My Best Helsinki
Photographs of Helsinki and links to sites of interest to the traveller to Helsinki, Finland, including restaurant reviews, tourist information, hotels and site relating to the finnish language.
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Helsinki Info Helsinki Photos Helsinki Sights Helsinki Restaurants Helsinki Links Helsinki Hotels Helsinki Islands Click on picture The Dome cloudy midnight in July 2003 from historic Sofia Street. Finnish is a complex, beautiful language. For over 2,000 forms of the Finnish noun for "shop", click Professor Fred Karlsson. For info about Helsinki Weather, or Weather Forecast HOTEL L I N K ... S For information about Helsinki: HELSINKI EXPERT WEB- CAM Helsinki's best Newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat in English. In Helsinki, street signs are in Finnish and Swedish. The Finnish word for "street" is "katu". Helsinki Street Map ("kartta".) Shopping Map This panorama of the South Harbor is taken from PALACE HOTEL, our favorite hotel in Helsinki. You can see the Silja Line and Viking Line Helsinki to Stockholm ferries in this photo. (Not the small ship in the front). It takes 2.87 years to swim from New York to Helsinki. You endure extreme cold, eat uncleaned raw fish and garbage from passing ships and drink salt water. Forget about luggage. We found a better way.

22. English-Finnish-English Electronic Dictionaries. Finnish Language Teacher Transl
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23. Opetus - Kielikeskus - Tay
FINNISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Contents The student will learn about the Finnish way of life, and the basics of finnish language.
During the academic year 2003 - 2004 the Language Centre of the University of Tampere offers the courses introduced on this page. For detailed information click the name of the course. For other information click below. GENERAL ADVICE AND COURSE FEES
The following courses are included in the programme of Intercultural Communication Studies , but the courses can also be taken separately without completing the whole programme. SURVIVAL COURSE (AUTUMN AND SPRING)
(AUTUMN AND SPRING) The following courses belong to the programme of Finnish as a Foreign Language , the whole extent of which is 15 credits (30 ECTS credits), but the courses can also be taken separately without completeing the whole programme. EXTENSIVE ELEMENTARY COURSE I (AUTUMN)
(AUTUMN) In addition, the following supplementary courses are arranged during the academic year 2003 - 2004:

24. Finnish Language --  Encyclopædia Britannica
finnish language Encyclopædia Britannica Article. MLA style finnish language. Encyclopædia Britannica. 2004. Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service.

25. Learn Finnish Language: Speak Finnish
Learn to speak Finnish the Unforgettable Languages way. Learn Finnish 3X Faster.
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26. Finnish Language Courses
finnish language CULTURE COURSES 2004 The Association of Summer Universities in Finland Rautatienkatu 26 A 4 FI33100 TAMPERE
The Association of Summer Universities in Finland :: Rautatienkatu 26 A 4 :: FI-33100 TAMPERE
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The Summer Universities in Finland have over 2o years of experience in organising Finnish language and culture courses. There are annually over 1000 non-Finnish speakers participating the courses from all over the world. Here is a list of all Summer Universities that organise Finnish language courses during the summer 2004. The courses are listed according to the Summer University. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us or any of the following Summer Universities. SUMMER UNIVERSITY OF JYVÄSKYLÄ
About the city, please visit SUMMER UNIVERSITY OF KUOPIO
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27. Finnish Language
finnish language. Please note that these articles are not written with the aim of teaching the finnish language, but as a reference article only.
Main Page See live article Alphabetical index
Finnish language
This article gives an introduction to Finnish , its history, lexicon and status. Separate articles deal with Finnish phonetics and Finnish grammar , and with the distinctive features of spoken Finnish Please note that these articles are not written with the aim of teaching the Finnish language, but as a reference article only. There are books and web sites which are designed with language learning in mind - please see the Bibliography and External links sections. Table of contents 1 Classification
2 History

2.1 Interesting symbols in Agricola's work

3 Vocabulary
6 External links
Finnish, called suomi by its speakers, is a member of the Finno-Ugric language family . Finnish is spoken by about 6 million people, mainly in Finland ; there are small Finnish-speaking minorities in Sweden Norway Russia and Estonia ; in addition, a few hundred thousand immigrated Finns live in Sweden, and also in North America there remain communities of Finnish speaking emigrants. Finnish is an agglutinative language and an inflected language which modifies both noun and verb forms depending on their role in the sentence
The first written form of Finnish language was created by Mikael Agricola , a Finnish bishop in the 16th century. He based his writing system on

28. Germanic Languages And Literatures: Home
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  • 29. Finnish Language Spoken
    finnish language spoken. This article deals with features of the spoken finnish language. It will only make limited sense without
    Main Page See live article Alphabetical index
    Finnish language spoken
    This article deals with features of the spoken Finnish language . It will only make limited sense without the information contained in the Finnish language phonetics and Finnish language grammar pages.
    As in any language, the spoken version(s) of Finnish vary, sometimes markedly, from the written form. Some of these variations are due to speakers' inexactitude, but some aspects of spoken Finnish have different grammatical properties from written Finnish. There are also a number of grammatical forms which are used in written Finnish, but only very rarely in spoken. For example, there are a number of constructions using participles which are usually redered analytically in speech. For example: !MORE HERE
    Since the stress in Finnish always falls on the first syllable of the word, the ends of words greater than one syllable tend to erode. This is frequently by the loss of a final vowel, or assimilation of a final vowel with a preceding vowel:
    'anteeksi!' = 'sorry!' -> 'anteeks!'

    30. Suomen Kieli | The Finnish Language
    A Finnish site by a FinnishAmerican finnish language, history, culture, both in Finland in emigrant communities. Suomen kieli The finnish language.
    Suomea These are general resources about the Finnish language and its characteristics.
    • The Finnish Language (Who's Afraid of Finnish?) by Hannele Branch. Virtual Finland's extensive guide to the distinctive features of Finnish, attempting to answer the question, "Is Finnish a difficult language?"
    • Finnish Characterized by Eugene Holman. General information about Finnish from the FAQ of soc.culture.nordic by a linguist specializing in Finnish and other Baltic-Finnic languages.
    • Finnish Language
    • The Finnish Language by Juuka Korpela. Korpela's valuable site includes a good introduction to the characteristics of the language, the Finnish case system, and other articles, plus links to numerous Finnish resources on the Internet. Note (5 Mar 2001): This is a temporary location for Korpela's site; but I'll keep a close eye on when it finds a permanent home.
    • The Finnish Language by Barry Liimakka. Resources and articles at Liimakka's Finnish-American Resource Site aimed at Finnish-Americans wishing to rediscover the language.

    31. Welcome To The Canadian Friends Of Finland (Ottawa) Web Site
    Includes newsletter, other organization information, information and finnish language and genealogy, and links to heritage groups and resources in various parts of North America.
    Canadian Friends of Finland (Ottawa)
    P.O. Box 55071
    240 Sparks Street
    Ottawa, Ontario
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    since May 10, 2002 This site went online February 23, 2000

    32. ILoveLanguages - Your Guide To Languages On The Web
    conjunctions, etc. Not really intended to teach you Finnish grammar, but to complement a finnish language course or book. Includes a|By Language|Finnish

    33. Introducing The Finnish Language
    Some voice samples of the finnish language. Are the Finnish and the Hungarian languages related? An article by Gyula Weöres (1935).
    Some voice samples of the Finnish language
    Here is a short list of Finnish ( country: Suomi ) place names in .au form: Helsinki Tampere Turku Espoo ... Rovaniemi An excerpt from the article "Finnish" in the book "The Languages of the World" by Kenneth Katzner , rev. edition 1986, Routledge, London 1990. The sample (Katzner's choice?) is not "a very good one" for any attempt to give a casual reader an insight to linguistical structures or forms of the Finnish language - the contents of this excerpt of the fine book are "too philosophical" for this purpose. However, the voice sample gives you some picture about the intonation and tonal structure of the language. Finnish In local real audio "For I, Sinuhe, am a human being. I have lived in everyone who existed before me and shall live in all who come after me. I shall live in human tears and laughter, in human sorrow and fear, in human goodness and wickedness, in justice and injustice, in weakness and strength. As a human being I shall live eternally in mankind. I desire no offerings at my tomb and no immortality for my name. This was written by Sinuhe, the Egyptian, who lived alone all the days of his life." - MIKA WALTARI, The Egyptian (1954)

    34. Finnish Language And Culture
    course!) has to say about the language. The finnish language If you want to learn a bit of this lovely language, try these links!

    Quiz 1
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    Finland and Finnish
    First of all, a bit of background knowledge of the Finnish way of life A neat Clickable map of Finland! (Information resource map of Finland) Another map, link to Magellan Geographix (Map of Finland) A brief Introduction to Finland (Finland in Brief)
    And Stats for those, who love numbers! (Statistics Finland) Some info on Finland available here: (Virtual Finland - Information about Finland) And another one! (FINFO - INDEX - Facts about Finland) Hey, what's this about? More and more facts! (Finfo:Fact sheet Finland) (Well, all of these are actually on the same site, don't worry... ) Well, if you don't trust the Finnish sources, try CIA! (Finland) THE PRESIDENT OF FINLAND speaks for itself, eh? Adminstration for Internal Affairs Yawn... Who really wants to see this? Welcome to Travel in Finland Now you're talking! Travelling to Finland is a GREAT idea! City of Helsinki And the Capital is a must-see, of course. Helsinki Camera Take a peak before you schedule the flight. Ilmatieteen laitos - Ennustekartta Here's the weather forecast for the whole country... CNN - Weather - Helsinki, Finland

    35. Finlanders' Kotisivu
    Student organization for those interested in finnish language and culture.
    Note that much of the information below is out of date.
    Minnesotan Yliopiston Suomen Kerho
    W elcome to the homepage of the Finlanders at the University of Minnesota. Finlanders is a University of Minnesota student organization for people interested in Finnish language, Finnish culture and lifestyle, Finns (why are these people like that? etc.), American-Finnish issues, Finland, sauna and other things that are kind of fun (Finnish style). Our club has been around since 1992. We have various activities (trips, get togethers, sauna). We are a combination of Finns (i.e. Finnish students and scholars), some other international students and Americans. Not all of us are from the University, however.
    Contents of our pages
    V irtual F ... inland A superb source for all kinds of information about Finland: culture, politics, people, history.. even daily news. Especially useful for foreigners interested in Finland . Provided by the Finnish State department.
    We are in the Nordic American webring. Click the logo for other Nordic Americam sites.

    36. FinnLinks - Languages Category
    Updated Wed 14 Apr 2004. finnish language. Finnish Grammar Resources Updated Tue 5 Jun 2001; A Directory of finnish language Schools Links to finnish language.

    37. The Finnish Language In The United States
    The finnish language in the United States. Selma Siiri Sahlman. The finnish language of these early settlers was, however, at an early date displaced by English.

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    The Finnish Language in the United States
    Selma Siiri Sahlman
    The Finnish language in Finland has developed in a comparatively short time to such a great extent that individuals who have not had contact with Finnish in its native country have many difficulties in understanding it. The constant change in Finnish has been overwhelming. This accounts for the fact that Finns arriving today in the United States encounter a language spoken by the older immigrants that is very different from what they are accustomed to. Inasmuch as immigration into the United States from Finland took place chiefly in the years between 1850 and 1914, it is only natural that the language which the immigrants carried over was a tongue spoken at the time of their departure from their native country. The first Finns, however, arrived on the Delaware at the time the colony of New Sweden was founded. It is believed that the Finns formed the majority of the settlers in that colony, and they cleared such regions as the site of Philadelphia for civilization. The Finnish language of these early settlers was, however, at an early date displaced by English. The Finnish language before World War I had already achieved a standard speech level which, however, was greatly modified later on. Swedish had been the language of the educated classes in Finland, and it was the language of the schools during a long period. The Finnish nationalist movement, which started in the middle decades of the nineteenth century, maintained the equality of the Finnish language with the Swedish. The Finnish speech in common use contained a host of Swedish words for which there were native equivalents. Since the tendency to clear the land of Swedish elements grew stronger and stronger during the immediate period after Finnish independence in 1917, it is easy to understand that the transmission of those foreign elements to the American continent is largely due to the immigrants who brought their speech habits with them.

    38. Finnish Language Swear Words And Their English Translation. Profanity, Swearing,
    finnish language Swear Words and Phrases and their English Translations. finnish language swear words and phrases and their English translations.
    SWEARSAURUS GENERATORS INSULTS ASK A BASTARD ... JOKES How to swear, insult, cuss and curse in Finnish!
    Finnish language swear words and phrases and their English translations. Finnish Swearing English Translation Vittujen kevät Goddamn! (lit. Spring of the pussies!) Perseensuti Asswipe Paskapää Shithead Paskanaama Shitface Horatsu Slut Lortto Slut Paskanmarjat Bullshit (lit. berries of shit) Vittupää Cunthead Kusipää Pisshead Paskiainen Bastard Paska Shit Suksi vittuun Fuck off (lit. Ski into a cunt) Painu vittuun Fuck off Painu helvettiin Fuck off, go to hell Vedä vittu päähän Draw a cunt over your head Ime munaa, runkkari Suck cock, wanker Pallinaama Ballface Kyrpä Penis, dick, cock Muna Penis, dick, cock Palli Penis, dick, cock Perse Ass Peppu Ass Kives Testicle Hemmetti Damn! Voi vittu Damn! Tissit Tits Persereikä Asshole Mulkku Dick Vittu Cunt Saatana Satan Jumalauta Goddamn! (lit. Help, God!) Kyrpä Cock Paskiainen Shitty person Huora Whore Huoranpenikka Son of a bitch Perse Ass Runkata To wank Pillu Pussy Nussia To fuck-over; to cheat, swindle Naida Really hard fucking, like animals ääliö Moron Haista vittu Fuck you (lit. Smell the cunt)

    39. A Chance To Speak Finnish
    On this page you can learn Finnish words and phrases by listening. Plus a song about the finnish language in RealAudio.
    Mainpage NewsRoom Site Map Contact us About this site Search:
    General information National symbols History International relations Way of life Famous Finns Picturebook Events in Finland Travel information
    A chance to speak Finnish
    Text by Joe Brady/Virtual Finland
    Drawings by Pekka Vuori It is fair to say that Finnish is rather difficult to learn for anyone who does not speak one of the Finno-Ugric languages. Even for those who do there are problems. For instance, Finnish and Hungarian belong to the Finno-Ugric group but they are far from being mutually comprehensible, as far apart as, say, Russian and Gaelic. It's not that Finnish is inherently difficult; but its origins make it different from most of the other languages of Europe. There are a few exceptions: Finnish and Estonian are closely related and there are a few other small kindred languages such as Lapp, also known as Saame, which is spoken in the northern parts of Scandinavia, and the Kola Peninsula of north-western Russia. Other Finno-Ugric languages are spoken here and there in eastern Europe and Russia parts of the Eurasian landmass. So, for fun rather than academic advancement Virtual Finland here offers you a chance to learn a few Finnish pleasantries that could be really useful if you have the good fortune to visit Finland. Click on the Finnish words to hear how to say them.

    40. Learn Finnish Online - Write Or Speak In Finnish Language Exchange
    Use free lesson plans. Learn to Speak Finnish. Language Exchange via Email, Text Chat and Voice Chat. Find a finnish language exchange partner now, and have fun!
    Learn to Speak Finnish
    Language Exchange via Email, Text Chat and Voice Chat
    Home Learn to Speak Finnish Learn Finnish online by practicing with a native speaker who is learning your language. Write or speak Finnish online to improve grammar or conversation.
    A language exchange complements other forms of learning such as classroom, cultural immersion and multimedia, because you get to practice all that you have learned with native speakers in a safe and supportive environment. of "the best ways to learn a foreign language." - The Wall Street Journal
    November 18, 2002 Advantages of language exchange learning include:
    • Learning the real Finnish language (slang, expressions, etc.) used by ordinary native speakers
    • Getting accustomed to the way native speakers speak in real (casual) conversation
    • Making a friend in the Finnish-speaking culture.
    Language exchange learning is also inexpensive because we provide free tips and lesson plans that allow you to do a language exchange on your own.
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