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Although a European language, Finnish does not belong to a large family of languages. It belongs to the Finno-Ugric language group, along with its distant relative, Hungarian. The Finnish language is vowel oriented. Vowels in speach prevail over consonants. In one word, there may be up to seven vowels after a consonant. Both vowels and consonants can be long or short. Finnish nouns also have gender, but in the third person, all families of nouns have only one pronoun. Finnish nouns accept agglutination in the form of postfixed additions. These additions carry supplemental grammatical meaning (eg number, tense, etc.). What other languages express in a few words, Finnish can express in one conjoined word.
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