In Diego Marani’s book, called „New Finnish Grammar”, a character says this about the language: … “Finnish is one single, unbroken song. Finnish is a language which should only be sung, that is its true form, its morphology. To speak it is like the prose version of a poem. It is for savages who know nothing of poetry.” It is said to be the hardest European language besides Hungarian and Slovakian. 90% of Finland speaks it, 6% speaks Swedish. The grammatical rules were set by Mikael Agricola in the 16th century. It was almost solely used in religious matters throughout the 15th and the 19th century. As a matter of fact, there are two Finnish languages. The written and the everyday spoken language. The written language can be used in literature and news releases, but you can’t speak it. This is due to the fact that very long words are used in writing that are shortened when speaking. Even the shortened versions are shortened… Then you add the dialects of different cities. There’s a Finnish sound (“ng”) that’s not even in their alphabet. You can trust our Finnish voiceover talents and translators with even this hard language!
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