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☞ Facts About Finnish Language:
» Finnish is majorly spoken in Finland.
» It is spoken by nearly 5.4 million people all around the world.
» It belongs to Finnic language family.
» It is closely related to Estonian and Livonian language.
» This language got its official status in 1995 in European Union.
» Finnish language is also called Suomi.
» This language first appeared in 16th century.
» Finnish language has two dialects.
» It is a part of synthetic language.
» This language has several terms of Indo-European language group.
Finnish is official language of Finland, spoken by nearly 5.5 million speakers all around the globe. It is one of the official languages of European Union. This language is closely connected to Estonian and Livonian languages. It got its official status in 1995 from the European Union. This language first came into existence during 16 century.
☞ Finnish Alphabet
☞ Finnish Is Official Language Of:
■ European Union
☞ Dialects Of Finnish Language
■ Western dialects
■ Eastern dialects
☞ Information About The Finnish Native Country:
♦ Country: Finland
♦ Capital: Helsinki
♦ Population: 5,488,543
♦ President: Sauli Niinisto
♦ Prime Minister: Juha Sipilä
♦ Government Type: Unitary parliamentary
♦ Currency: Euro (EUR)
♦ GDP: $234.578 billion
♦ Unemployment Rate: 9.4 percent
♦ Major Industries: Metals, Electronics, Machinery, Scientific instruments, Ship Building, Paper, Foodstuffs, Chemicals and Textiles
☞ Interesting Facts About Finland:
✓ Finland is the only independent country since 1918. Earlier it was colony of Russia.
✓ It is the least populated country in Europe with only 16 inhabitants per km².
✓ Finland holds the record of having maximum number of lakes and islands in the world.
✓ Finland has total 187,888 lakes and 179,584 islands.
✓ The people of Finland consume the most amount of coffee.
✓ According to the recent audit report, Finland is the least corrupt country in the world.
✓ The most famous mobile manufacturer company, Nokia is stationed in Finland.
✓ Finland is known as “land of midnight sun.”
✓ There are no public pay phones in Finland.
☞ History of Finnish Language:
Finnish is spoken by a major population in Finland and by ethnic Finns outside Finland. It is also spoken in Sweden, Norway, Russia, Estonia, Brazil, Canada, and the US. It is one of the official languages of European Union spoken by nearly 5.4 million people all around the world. The Finnic languages was derived from Proto-Finnic language after Sámi was alienated from it around 1500-1000 BC. Before the Middle Age, Finnish was an oral language. The first written evidence of Finnish language was found dates 1450. The written script stated “I want to speak Finnish, I am not able.” The first comprehensive writing system for Finnish came into practice during 16th century. In the 19th century people started improving the status of Finnish language and worked to modernize it. In late 19th century it became the language of administration, literature, science and journalism in Finland.
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