More great info from the Linguist Extraordinaire, L.S. Fellows

I don’t reblog everything I read from L.S. Fellows (for fear of inundating you, frankly!), but this one is too clever and too much fun to ignore.  I hope you’ve been following Fellows’ Languages of the World series. Today’s entry is “F is for Finnish.”  Enjoy. (And thank you, once again, Lynne, for entertaining and educating us so well.)

Blogging from A to Z Theme: Languages of the World Finnish Finnish (Suomi) is a member of the Finnic branch of the Uralic language family. It is not an Indo-European language. It is spoken by 4.7 million people in the Republic of Finland, as well as in Canada, Estonia, Norway, Russian Federation, Sweden and the […]

via F is for … Finnish — Just 4 My Books

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