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         Finnish Language:     more books (100)
  1. English and Finnish dictionary, by K. V Arminen, 1907
  2. Kielikannas Language Link - The Third FATA Annual
  3. Case and Other Functional Categories in Finnish Syntax (Studies in Generative Grammar) by Anders Holmberg, 1993-12
  4. Syntactic Transfer, Contact-induced Change, And The Evolution Of Bilingual Mixed Codes: Focus On Karelian-russian Language Alternation (Studia fennica) by Anneli Sarhimaa, 1999-01
  5. Finnish Conversational Exercises by Vilho Kallioinen, 1980-12
  6. Finnish Particle Clitics & General Clitic Theory (Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics) by Joel A. Nevis, 1988-10-01
  7. Finnish (Teach yourself books) by Arthur H Whitney, 1956
  8. Responding in Conversation: A Study of Response Particles in Finnish (Pragmatics and Beyond New Series) by Marja-Leen Sorjonen, 2002-01
  9. Finnish (Teach yourself books) by Arthur H Whitney, 1973
  10. Demonstratives in Interaction: The Emergence of a Definite Article in Finnish (Studies and Discourse in Grammar, 7) by Ritva Laury, 1997-11
  11. Grammatical Case Assignment in Finnish (Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics) by Diane C. Nelson, 1998-09-01
  12. Fundamentals of Finnish grammar by John B Olli, 1958
  13. Finnish self-taught by the natural method with phonetic pronunciation (Marlborough's self-taught series) by Agnes Renfors, 1935
  14. Government and Codeswitching: Explaining American Finnish (Studies in Bilingualism, Vol 12) by Helena Halmari, 1997-06

41. The Summer High School Association - Kesälukioseura - Sommargymnasiesamfundet
The Summer High School Association plans and implements summer high schools and organizes courses in finnish language and culture for Finnish expatriate
Home News Brochure orders Application forms Contact information The Summer High School Association
Info on the Association, publications, library, member organisations, board Summer High Schools
Info, Summer High Schools, courses, application form Brochure Orders
Summer High Schools, Finnish expatriate courses and courses for refugee goups FAQ
Questions and answers Finnish Expatriates
Info, courses, application form, Lukunalle Gallery
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Info on courses for refugee groups Teacher / Trainee Info on becoming a teacher or trainee LukuNalle mailing list

42. FCFLRC: Finnish Language Resources
finnish language Resources. Five College Resources. Aids for Learners. The finnish language a collection of finnish language links; Finnish Lessons.
Finnish Language Resources
Five College Resources
Online Dictionaries
Aids for Learners
Intensive Language Courses and Study Abroad Programs
General Country Information
Newspapers and Magazines
Radio and Television
For additional resources in this language explore General Resources Related to Language Learning and Teaching on our main web resources page.

43. • Uralic Languages
Multilingual Dictionaries. For related finnish language resources see Finnish grammars, news, and fonts. Hungarian • Profile. Dán
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Uralic Languages Profile
  • Peter Chong's Ural Altaic Etymology Dictionary Comparative Etymological Glossary of Ural-Altaic, Dravidian, Sumerian Languages

  • Estonian Profile
  • Antonüümisõnastik English-Estonian Dictionary of the Institute of Baltic Studies Estonian-English Online Dictionary ... TEA Võõrsõnastik See also Multilingual Dictionaries Estonian Language Books and Other Resources
  • For related Estonian language resources see:
    Estonian grammars, news, and fonts
    MORE LANGUAGES Finnish Profile
  • English-Finnish-English Online Dictionary FinnPlace English-Finnish-English (experimental) Finnish-English-Finnish Java Dictionary ... Finnish-Veps-Karelian-Estonian Online Dictionary (small: 1500 words on 6/6/2000) Index of Finnish Dictionaries Finnish Language Books and Other Resources For Finnish see also Multilingual Dictionaries
  • For related Finnish language resources see:
    Finnish grammars, news, and fonts

    Hungarian Profile
  • Dán-magyar szotar Deutsch-Ungarisch Online Wörterbuch English-Hungarian-Spanish-German On-line Dictionary ... Hungarian Language Books and Other Resources
  • For related Hungarian language resources see:
    Hungarian grammars, news, and fonts

    44. Lingsoft - Language Sense
    finnish language technology company, offers proofreading and other software for Finnish and other Nordic languages.
    What's New!
    March 2004
    Lingsoft and PasaNet join forces Orthografix (Finnish) 2.1 released for Mac Office X. Order now Lingsoft offers solutions for language processing and comprehension in the modern, multilingual world. We specialize in providing electronic dictionaries and thesauri, as well as applications for speech production, and proofing tools that ensure high-quality documentation. About the site Date and time in Finland

    45. Finnish Language - Encyclopedia Article About Finnish Language. Free Access, No
    encyclopedia article about finnish language. finnish language in Free online English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. finnish language. language
    Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia
    Finnish language
    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Finnish is a language spoken in Finland The Republic of Finland (Finnish: Suomi , Swedish: Finland ) is a Nordic country, bounded by the Baltic Sea to the southwest, the Gulf of Finland to the southeast and the Gulf of Bothnia to the west, and has land frontiers with Sweden, Norway and Russia and a maritime border with Estonia). The Åland Islands, off the southwest coast, are under Finnish sovereignty while enjoying extensive Home Rule.
    Click the link for more information. . It is a member of the Finno-Ugric language family The Finno-Ugric languages are a subfamily of the Uralic languages. It consists of several languages, notably Finnish, Hungarian and Estonian. Unlike most of the languages spoken in Europe, the Finno-Ugric languages are not part of the Indo-European family of languages. The "Urheimat" of the proto-language of the modern Finno-Ugric languages, the so-called Proto-Finno-Ugric, is believed to be on the western side of the Ural mountains 5000 years ago. There is evidence that before the arrival of Slavonic tribes to their present territory in Russia, a sprinkling of Finno-Ugrians inhabited the whole territory from the Urals to the Baltic Sea.
    Click the link for more information.

    46. Finnish Language Spoken - Encyclopedia Article About Finnish Language Spoken. Fr
    encyclopedia article about finnish language spoken. finnish language spoken in Free online English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. language spoken
    Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia
    Finnish language spoken
    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition This article deals with features of the spoken Finnish language Finnish is a language spoken in Finland. It is a member of the Finno-Ugric language family. Finnish is an agglutinative language and an inflected language which modifies both noun and verb forms depending on their role in the sentence. Finnish ( Suomi
    Spoken in: Finland
    Region: Northern Europe
    Total speakers: 6 million
    Ranking: Not in top 100
    classification: Uralic languages
    Finno-Ugric languages
    Baltic Finnic
    Finnish Official status Official language of: Finland Regulated by: - Language codes ISO 639-1 fi ISO 639-2 fin SIL FIN Click the link for more information. . It will only make limited sense without the information contained in the Finnish language phonetics This article deals with the sound patterns of the Finnish language. The grammar of Finnish and the way(s) in which Finnish is spoken are dealt with in separate articles.
    Originally, Finnish had no initial consonant clusters, this however is changing due to influence from other European languages.

    47. CIMO - Discover Finland
    The Finnish Centre for International Mobility's extensive list of finnish language and culture programs in Finland and abroad; also has links to finnish language resources.

    48. Freeware World Team
    Freeware Faerie. Home Freeware in your language finnish language. Suggest a freeware. We seek a person who will help us find and

    49. Finnish Language Programs In The United States
    Compiled by the Embassy of Finland.

    50. Finnish (suomi)
    From 1863 the finnish language could be used along with Swedish when dealing with authorities. Civil servants were obliged to use
    Writing systems: alphabetic syllabic logographic ... A-Z index
    Finnish (suomi)
    Finnish (suomi) is a Finno-Ugric language spoken by about 5 million people in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Canada and Russia. 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. Until 1809 Finland was a part of Sweden and Swedish was the official language. From 1863 the Finnish language could be used along with Swedish when dealing with authorities. Civil servants were obliged to use the Finnish language and issue documents in Finnish from 1883. In 1892 Finnish became an official language and gained a status comparable to that of Swedish. Today Finland is officially bilingual in Finnish and Swedish. Finnish alphabet Sample text

    All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
    (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) Longer sample text (Tower of Babel) Links
    The Finnish language - an introduction by Jukka "Yucca" Korpela

    51. Language Browser: Finnish
    , Languages index. Finnish index. *, list of titles. *, list of movies only. *, by total votes. Filipino. Fon. Finnish. Your IMDb guide to finnish language movies.

    All Titles My Movies People Characters Quotes Bios Plots All (old)
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    Finnish index list of titles list of movies only by total votes by average vote ... IMDb sections by release date common genres external links Filipino Fon
    Your IMDb guide to Finnish language movies. This page contains a list of interesting reports based around the 2038 titles in the IMDb with Finnish dialogue. The form below allows you to search the database for titles with Finnish dialogue only. The A-Z index enables you to browse the titles alphabetically. Browse titles with Finnish dialogue alphabetically A B C D ... P Q R S T U ...
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    52. Kuinka Kombucha-teetä Valmistetaan - Finnish Language
    Kombucha. Kuinka kombuchateetä valmistetaan. © Günther W. Frank, Genossensch.-Str. 10, D-75217 Birkenfeld. E-mail
    E-mail: Translated by Miikkali Leppihalme , Helsinki, Finland.
    E-mail: I wish to express my sincerest thanks to Mr. Miikkali Leppihalme for translating this guide. Valmistusaineet
    • kombucha-sienikanta Noin 70 - 100 g valkoista sokeria vesilitraa kohden
    • Yksi 2 - 4 litran suljettava lasi- tai posliiniastia Kumilenkki tai kuminauhaa Puuvilla- tai pellavaliina, tai paperiliina Pulloja
    Kombucha-teen valmistusohje
    Kombucha - Healthy Beverage and Natural Remedy from the Far East
    ISBN 3-85068-337-0
    Julkisija: W. Ennsthaler, A-4402 Steyr,
    Saksa Ranska Espanja ... Mainpage Worldwide Delivery by
    New: If you have any problems to get my book from your bookshop you can order the book now directly through the author at a very favourable price: including postage. Worldwide delivery. The book is available in English, German, French and Dutch. The Order Form is here Url of this page: Search for any book Books Enter keywords... This page has been visited times since September 15, 1998. Thank you for your visit!

    53. Trainee's Guide 2003: The Finnish Language
    The finnish language. Finnish is not related to any major languages other than Estonian, and more distantly, Hungarian. It has also
    Trainee's Guide 2003 IAESTE LC Helsinki
    The Finnish language
    Finnish is not related to any major languages other than Estonian, and more distantly, Hungarian. It has also been said to be a very difficult language to learn... letter pronunciation as in... a
    f a ther
    s e t g et f i t y ellow f o r (sharp, like in Spanish) b o ok h a t (like in German; nearest English equivalent 't u rn' or 'h e r') only appear in words of foreign origin, and are usually pronounced like 's/k','k','v','ks','ts','o'. All other letters are as you would expect in the English language. k,p,t tend to be softer, though (without aspiration). But don't worry, most people in Helsinki can speak at least some English, so learning Finnish is not a requirement for survival. Often you may also be able to guess the meaning of street signs, etc., because they are usually written in both Finnish and Swedish (which is related to English). Still, you might want to learn some basic Finnish, just for fun! Pronunciation of Finnish is very easy - the language is mostly "spoken the same way as it's written", meaning that one letter always corresponds to the same sound, and all letters are clearly pronounced. The stress is always on the first syllable of a word. On the right is a table showing some approximations for the sounds of different letters. One thing to watch for, though, is the difference between long and short letters, which can change meanings completely - for example

    54. MSN Encarta - Finnish Language
    Sign in above. finnish language. finnish language, one of the FinnoUgric languages, spoken by people in Finland. Find more about finnish language from,
    MSN Home My MSN Hotmail Shopping ... Money Web Search: logoImg(''); Encarta Subscriber Sign In Help Home ... Upgrade to Encarta Premium Search Encarta
    Subscription Article MSN Encarta Premium: Get this article, plus 60,000 other articles, an interactive atlas, dictionaries, thesaurus, articles from 100 leading magazines, homework tools, daily math help and more for $4.95/month or $29.95/year (plus applicable taxes.) Learn more. This article is exclusively available for MSN Encarta Premium Subscribers. Already a subscriber? Sign in above. Finnish Language Finnish Language , one of the Finno-Ugric languages, spoken by people in Finland. Since 1809 it has been an official language (along with Swedish) of... Related Items linguistic classification influence on other languages 8 items Want more Encarta? Become a subscriber today and gain access to:
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    55. Welcome To St. Albans' Suomi-koulu
    School in the United Kingdom, one of a worldwide network of Finnish schools supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education, teaching finnish language and promoting Finnish culture.

    finnish language AND CULTURE. in English finnish language courses 2004 (In case the link does not apply, please do not hesitate to contact us.).
    FINNISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE The Association of Summer Universities in Finland has listed summer universities' FINNISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE courses held during the summer 2004. The list with more detailed information is on our website which you are warmly welcomed to visit. Below you may see the overal calendar of all courses and the locations. or Courses are open for everyone interested in learning Finnish language and culture from the beginners to advanced level. Total number of courses this year is 17 which are organised in five (5) different cities. Summer universities are located all over Finland, therefore you may choose your own favourite location. CALENDAR 2004 May Finnish for beginners I (Summer univeristy ofTurku) Survival Finnish course (Summer university of Oulu) Finnish for advanced students (Summer university of Oulu) Jun Beginners' Finnish course (Summer university of Oulu) Finnish for beginners II (Summer univeristy ofTurku) Jul Intensive course (Summer university of Jyväskylä) Finnish for beginners (Summer university of Tampere) Finnish refresser course (Summer university of Tampere) Finnish for beginners (Summer university of Kuopio) Intermediate course in Finnish (Summer university of Tampere) Communicative Finnish in culture and sociey (Summer university of Tampere) Finnish continuation course I (Summer university of Kuopio) Aug Finnish continuation course II (Summer university of Kuopio)

    57. Elsi S Links - Finnish/suomi/Finland And Others
    A neat site for fonts, buttons, icons etc. Cool Archive. The finnish language Kieliikkunat (KOTUS); Click here for Finnish lessons in Philadelphia.

    58. IPL Kidspace: Say Hello To The World
    Say Hello in the finnish language. Suomi. Did You Know You Were Speaking Finnish? Words in English from the finnish language rune. Finnish Alphabet.
    This collection All of the IPL Advanced You are here: Home KidSpace Say Hello to the World About the IPL ...
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    Say Hello in the Finnish Language
    Click to hear how to say hello in Suomi! (To listen to sound files, you will need to download Real Audio Player "Good day, my name is Lilja." English:
    Good day My name is Finnish: Nimeni on Pronunciation: PIE-vah NIH-may-nee-on
    Did You Know You Were Speaking Finnish?
    Words in English from the Finnish language:
  • rune
  • Finnish Alphabet
    Learning Finnish
    Finnish Culture
    Who Can You Talk To?
    There are 6,000,000 people who speak Finnish in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, the United States of America, Canada and Norway. Now you can say hello to 6,000,000 people! Say Hello to the World is a trademark of Lorri Mon.

    59. Speak Finnish Like A Restless Native
    Speak Finnish like a restless native! Oh, that crazy finnish language! Finnish (or Suomi) is also a much more compact language than English
    Speak Finnish
    like a restless native! Oh, that crazy Finnish language!
    What do Santa Claus, saunas, suicides, IRC, ammonium chloride, vowels with lots of cute dots on them, reindeer, Nokia cell phones, and gold-medalist ski jumpers who have recently turned into porn stars all have in common? That's right they're all Finnish! Who needs sexist languages such as English when Finnish provides the gender-neutral word , which translates as "he or she"? Finnish (or Suomi ) is also a much more compact language than English:
    You will be able to have some of my apples = Saat omenoitani. Perhaps not surpsisingly, Finnish is not related to any of the Indo-European languages. Hungarian, Estonian, and Sami (Laplander) are some of its closest living relatives. Impress your friends at parties with Finnish linguistic trivia! Here is a collection of indispensable phrases to use (and not to use!) while mingling with the restless natives during your travels though Finland, from Hanko to Ivalo! The basics Hello!

    60. The Karelians
    The condition of literature in Finnish at present is rather disturbing. In the first place, many writers using the finnish language have left for Finland.
    The Karelians A. Mishin Chairman of the Board, Writers’ Union of the Karelian Republic Today, Karelians, Vepsians and Finns make up a mere 11 per cent of the population in Karelia. However, there was a time (early twenties) when the share of Karelians and Vepsians was 43 and 3,2 per cent, respectively. Finns are not the native people to this area. During the 1920s and 1930s, Finns migrated to Karelia from Finland, America and Canada; people of Finno-Ugrian origin arrived from the Leningrad Region as well. Many of them were subject to repression in 1937 and 1938. In 1939, there were only eight thousand Finns in Karelia. The population increased, though, greatly in the late forties. Deprived of opportunity to return to their native home – the Leningrad Region, about 20 thousand Ingrian Finns moved to Karelia at the permission of authorities in 1949. The Karelian literature during the Soviet regime was mostly Russian and Finnish. Attempts to create the Karelian and Vepsian written language failed. It was not allowed to teach in the Vepsian language. On the other hand, neither of the three groups of Karelian nation (north Karelians, Livviks and Ludiks) accepted the Karelian language that was combined artificially from three dialects. The majority of Karelian writers continued to use the Finnish literary language which is similar to the northern dialect of Karelian. Voluminous literature published in Finnish was known very well in the former Soviet Union. Names of J. Virtanen, L. Helo (Finns), N. Jakkola, A. Timonen, J. Rugojev and P. Perttu (Karelians) gained great recognition in the country.

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