RARA-AVIS: Finnish (was: Sipila and Finnish novels)

From: Gerd Heinlein ( heinlei@mi.uni-erlangen.de)
Date: 22 Jun 2004

> We may even say that the Finnish language has nothing to do with any
> other contemporary European languages.

Not quite true - both Estonian and Hungarian are related to Finnish, as well as some minority languages spoken in parts of Russia.
(They are all part of the so-called Finno-Ugrian or Uralic group of languages, with Finnish and Estonian closely related).


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