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         Finnish Language:     more books (100)
  1. Finnish reader: Extracts from modern Finnish literature (Teach yourself books) by Arthur H Whitney, 1971
  2. Grammar from the Human Perspective: Case, Space and Person in Finnish (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, Series IV: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory)
  3. A Psycholinguistic Perspective on Finnish and Japanese Prosody - Perception, Production and Child Acquisition of Consonantal Quantity Distinctions by Katsura Aoyama, 2000-11-30
  4. Small Phrase Layers: A Study of Finnish Manner Adverbials (Linguistik Aktuell / Linguistics Today) by Satu Manninen, Satu Helena Mannien, 2003-09
  5. Syntax in the Making: The Emergence of Syntactic Units in Finnish Conversation (Studies in Discourse and Grammar) by Marja-Liisa Helasvuo, 2001-12
  6. Ingrian Finnish: Dialect Preservation and Change (Studia Uralica Upsaliensia , No 23) by Manja Irmeli Lehto, 1996-05
  7. Teach Yourself Finnish (Teach Yourself Complete Courses) by Tertti Leney, 2004-10-29
  8. Berlitz Finnish Phrase Book by Ruth Bailey, 1995-08
  9. Morphological parsing and the use of segmentation cues in reading Finnish compounds [An article from: Journal of Memory and Language] by R. Bertram, A. Pollatsek, et all 2004-10-01
  10. Finnish Cassette Pack by Cassette Pack, Berlitz Publishing Company, 1995-08
  11. Berlitz Finnish Cassette Pack/Phrase Book and Cassette (Berlitz Phrase Book) by Cassette Pack, Berlitz Publishing Company, 1994-05
  12. Perspectives on Intonation: English, Finnish, and English Spoken by Finns (Forum Linguisticum (Frankfurt Am Main, Germany), Bd. 37.) by Juhani Toivanen, 2001-08
  13. Finnish (Teach Yourself) by Tertti Leney, 1993-01-07
  14. Teach Yourself Finnish (Teach Yourself Complete Courses) by Tertti Leney, 2004-10-29

61. Finnish Language
finnish language. Member of the FinnoUgric language family, the national language of Finland and closely related to neighbouring Estonian, Livonian, Karelian
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Or search the encyclopaedia: Finnish language Member of the Finno-Ugric language family, the national language of Finland and closely related to neighbouring Estonian, Livonian, Karelian, and Ingrian languages. At the beginning of the 19th century Finnish had no official status, since Swedish was the language of education, government, and literature in Finland. The publication of the Kalevala , a national epic poem, in 1835, contributed greatly to the arousal of Finnish national and linguistic feeling.
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62. Enjoyment
Baker Street blues. Bonfire of her vanities. In paths of light. A Week in Books The amazing wine of the finnish language. By Boyd Tonkin. 31 October 2003.

63. Slavic Department Language Programs
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A nation of five million people, Finland is situated between West and East, between Sweden and Russia, sharing for thousands of years religious, historical, political, social, and cultural influences and experiences with its neighbours and the different worlds they represent. Finnish studies at the University of Toronto are presently engaged in teaching the Finnish language - a three-year sequence together with a linguistics course, to be introduced later, that will be of interest to all students of language - and in offering other courses on the literature and culture of Finland. Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
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64. Finnish Children's Books, Finnish ClipArt, Finnish Database, Finnish Desk Top Pu
Dozens of finnish language related products and information including Tutorials, Spell Checkers, Dictionaries, Localized Prod, Children s Products, and much

65. Lord Of The Rings Inspired By An Ancient Epic
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66. Oulu Polytechnic - Survival Kit
finnish language SURVIVAL KIT. ABBREVIATIONS. klo (kello), time. ark. (arkisin), on weekdays. krs. (kerros), floor. puh. (puhelin), tel. kpl (kappale), piece, each item.
klo (kello) time ark. (arkisin) on weekdays krs. (kerros) floor puh. (puhelin) tel. kpl (kappale) piece, each item ma (maanantai) Mon, Monday ti (tiistai) Tue, Tuesday ke (keskiviikko) Wed, Wednesday to (torstai) Thu, Thursday pe (perjantai) Fri, Friday la (lauantai) Sat, Saturday su (sunnuntai) Sun, Sunday
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Rautatiet Finnish Railways rautatieasema railway station juna train vaunu car, carriage raide track lipunmyynti/ lipputoimisto ticket office makuuvaunu sleeping car ravintolavaunu restaurant car tupakoimaton non-smoking tupakoiva smoking linja-auto/bussi bus linja-autoasema bus station lentokenttä airport menolippu one-way ticket meno-paluulippu return ticket matkatavara luggage, baggage
ale (alennusmyynti) sale (erikois)tarjous (special) offer/sale hinta price kuitti receipt vaihtorahat change pankkikortti bank card luottokortti credit card
kyllä yes ei no kiitos thank you terve/hei hello/hi hyvää huomenta good morning hyvää päivää good afternoon hyvää iltaa good evening hyvää yötä good night näkemiin/hei hei good bye/see you anteeksi sorry/excuse me
SIGNS puhelin telephone M = miehet men(‘s room) N = naiset ladies(‘ room) keskusta centre kassa cashier asiakaspalvelu customer service avoinna/ auki opening hours/ open suljettu/kiinni closed vedä pull

67. Finnish Language Study Abroad In Finland
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69. Finnish Language Internet Broadcast
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70. PostNuke - NOC:Project Info- Finnish Language Pack
Finnish translation of the core PN system and related modules. Development Status 1 Planning; Intended Audience System Administrators; Programming Language
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71. Learn Finnish Language - Free Conversational Finnish Language Lessons - Common F
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Many studies show that in most countries, native-speakers only tend to use about unique words and phrases on a daily basis. The question then becomes... which words and phrases? Phrasebase answers this question.
In 1997, I was sent to Japan on an overseas assignment while working for a major software corporation. With a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering, I was never required to take a single class in a language other than English. And having been raised in Middle America, I never had any exposure to foreign languages.
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Jeff Hock in Tokyo, Japan 1997 Seizing the challenge as an opportunity, I started carrying a notebook and pen everywhere I went. Each day when faced with the slightest problem trying to convey an idea or communicate a thought, I simply wrote it down.
Then right there on the spot, I entered the phrase and had a friend help me enter the corresponding Japanese equivalence. Without knowing it at the time, I was actually learning to write in

72. Noumenon: The Finnish Language
April 11, 2004. The finnish language. I ve been asked by an emailer what s so hard about the finnish language. While I can t go into
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    I've been asked by an e-mailer what's so hard about the Finnish language. While I can't go into the full details I think I can pretty briefly give a sense of how ridiculous it really is. 1) It has fifteen cases which are expressed as suffixes (bits added onto the ends of words). While some of the cases have fairly defined meanings that are logical once you get inside the language, several of them are used in what can only be described as an idiosyncratic manner. An example is the elative case which has the ending -sta. This normally corresponds to the idea of going away from somewhere (pankki = bank, pankista = from the bank). Nothing so hard about that except that sometimes it just goes with the object of certain verbs. For example "Min¤ pid¤n sinusta" means "I like you" where "sinusta" is the elative form of "sin¤" meaning "you". Six of the cases work like this. 2) The stem of the words undergo radical changes. If it was just a case of adding the suffix to the end of the word it wouldn't be so bad, you could at least form the words logically. Unfortunately, as with the word "sin¤" in the above example, the stem changes. If it were just a case of adding the ending "sin¤" would become "sin¤st¤" in the elative but it doesn't. There are rules for these stem changes but they're quite complicated and it makes using a dictionary hell.

73. Finnish Language : Learning It
Beauty Definition With soft consonants and a fine range of vowels, Finnish can be a nicely melodic language. Unfortunately, many
learning finnish on your own method learn information Learning Finnish : how and why ? Learning languages Choosing your language Francois Micheloud Review sent by Stephen Day Finnish Probably the most difficult European languages to be learned. Introduction - © Usefulness
A huge proportion of Finnish speakers have at least basic English, and many of them have excellent English. All in all, I couldn't say Finnish is "'useful" but if you are spending significant time in Finland, it will be worthwhile. Beauty
With soft consonants and a fine range of vowels, Finnish can be a nicely melodic language. Unfortunately, many speakers, especially men, tend to lapse into a monotone. Chic factor
Probably none ! Even in Finland, the locals find it so hard to believe you speak their language that they will quickly switch to English unless you persevere. Speakers

74. Information On Finnish Language Translation
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75. Vaasa Polytechnic - 25. Finnish Language
25. A Brief Look into Finnish. Yes, Kyllä,joo. No, Ei. Fine, thank you, Kiitos hyvää. I don’t speak Finnish, En puhu suomea. I don’t understand, En ymmärrä.


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Yes No Ei Thank you Kiitos Cashier Kassa You are welcome I’m Sorry/Excuse me Anteeksi Hello, Hi My mame is Good Morning Good Evening Good Night How are you? Fine, thank you I don’t speak Finnish En puhu suomea I don’t understand Do you speak English? Puhutko englantia? Please, speak slowly Puhuisitko hitaasti? How much? Kuinka paljon? Where is / are ? Can you help me? Voitko auttaa minua? Boy Poika Girl Cashier Kassa Open Auki, avoin, avata, avaa Closed Suljettu Price Hinta Time Aika Discount Alennus Sale Ale Weekend Viikonloppu Bus Bussi, linja-auto Bus station Linja-autoasema Car Auto Train Juna Railway station Rautatieasema Timetable Aikataulu Ticket Lippu Airplane Lentokone Airport Numbers Weekdays Months 1 yksi Monday maanantai January tammikuu 2 kaksi Tuesday tiistai February helmikuu 3 kolme Wednesday keskiviikko March maaliskuu Thursday torstai April huhtikuu 5 viisi Friday perjantai May toukokuu 6 kuusi Saturday lauantai Sunday sunnuntai 8 kahdeksan August elokuu September syyskuu 10 kymmenen October lokakuu 11 yksitoista November marraskuu 12 kaksitoista December joulukuu 13 kolmetoista 100 sata 1000 tuhat - Finnish words are pronounced exactly as written.

76. TakingITGlobal - Opportunities - Events - Finnish Language Courses 2004
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77. Finnish Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
PhatNav s Encyclopedia A Wikipedia . finnish language. This article gives an introduction to the finnish language, its history, lexicon and status.

78. Finnish Language Support For Pocket PC
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DOWNLOAD BUY Language Extender (LE) Finnish provides Finnish localization of Pocket PC/Windows CE 3.0, Pocket PC 2002 and Pocket PC 2003/Windows Mobile operating system. LE makes Finnish language support full functional; you can work with Pocket PC device in Finnish in exactly the same way as you do it in English. LE Finnish features:
  • Alternative on-screen keyboard layout for Finnish letters input. You can use some different Finnish layouts Availability to adjust appearance of the on-screen keyboard layouts (3D-look, color keys, font of keys) Special module for external Targus keyboard that allows using portable keyboards to type in Finnish with several different Finnish layouts Finnish format of date and time, Finnish regional settings Correct synchronization operations of Pocket PC applications and desktop applications (for example, MS Office applications) Modified Character Recognizer (Letter Recognizer) to write Finnish symbols (by default you can write only English symbols), availability to adjust it in your own way

79. Finnish Language Definition Meaning Information Explanation
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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! Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Classification
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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

80. Finnish Language, Course, Tapes, CD ROM, Learn, Speak, Dictionary
finnish language, course, tapes, CD ROM, learn, speak, dictionary, phrasebook, cassette, audio, instruction, for independent travellers. Language/30~Finnish.
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Phrasebook, Cassette, Audio, Instruction ITEM NAME AND DESCRIPTION OF LANGUAGE COURSE CODE PRICE Teach Yourself Finnish Language Audio CD Pack and Book. McGraw- Hill Books. 352 pages. Size 5”x7¾”. Includes two 60-minute audio CD discs This complete course is based on the very latest learning methods and is designed to be both enjoyable and user-friendly . Prepared by experts in the language, this course begins with the basics and gradually elevates the student to a level of smooth and confident communication.
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