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German 16 30.77%
Dutch 9 17.31%
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French 8 15.38%
Chinese 4 7.69%
Japanese 3 5.77%
Russian 2 3.85%
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Yes Finnish is a slavic from the beginning. The orginal ppl came from to days Rumainia/Hungaria. We was studie that in school...
Oh.. I did that already.
Ok when the people come from Rumainia (its a Roman language like French and Spain) and Hungaria (don┤t know yet but sure not slavic) but this are also NO slavic languages...

I live in Europe and my parents are from Croatia (a slavic language)...

You should ask your teacher again, and if he thinks its a slavic language he should quit his job...

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Hungarian -magiar- is a very complicated language. Does it have anything to do with Swedish?? I'd like to know, honestly, I may be studying it in the future.
No, this people came from Asia, the only languages you can compare with are some other Asian languages... but you will not find an other similar language in Europe.

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FYI...

Both the Finnish and Hungarian languages belong to the Finno-Ugric group, the main branch of the Urgic group. So they're neither Slavic, Latin, Germanic or Asian based. But that's why they are so closely related.

The people in the Finno-Urgic group started moving apart much longer ago than say the Germanic people. That's why the similarities betwen Finnish and Hungarian is less common than the similarities between Germainc languages.
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FYI...

Both the Finnish and Hungarian languages belong to the Finno-Ugric group, the main branch of the Urgic group. So they're neither Slavic, Latin, Germanic or Asian based. But that's why they are so closely related.

The people in the Finno-Urgic group started moving apart much longer ago than say the Germanic people. That's why the similarities betwen Finnish and Hungarian is less common than the similarities between Germainc languages.
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[B]Hungarian -magiar- is a very complicated language. Does it have anything to do with Swedish?? I'd like to know, honestly, I may be studying it in the future.
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No Swidish is an Scandinavian language a mixture of germanic (most Germanic) and some French and English. An Swede can if he is reading a German paper understan som of it content, and if he listning he will under stand som of it too, but he have to realy consentrate. We have 28 letters in our alfabet 3 more then English and the are ň┼, ń─, ÷Í.
And Morgwen Finnish IS a slavic language. I have be setablish long time ago, by sientist in Europe. The language have many dubble letter like dubble "kk" "oo" "uu" and so on, in the Scandinavian language it is not alowed. And the teacher was just following the gidelines setup the the Swedich goverments.
and Backman it is clasifide as an slavic language, even if it was long time ago that they moved apart. If I remember right it was about 3000-4000 years ago.
In Europe and Asia minor, around 5000-7000 years ago it was a major mowements of groups that moved crisscross, after the last Iceage. Groupes was moving apart and others merge.

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And Morgwen Finnish IS a slavic language. I have be setablish long time ago, by sientist in Europe. The language have many dubble letter like dubble "kk" "oo" "uu" and so on, in the Scandinavian language it is not alowed. And the teacher was just following the gidelines setup the the Swedich goverments.
and Backman it is clasifide as an slavic language[/color]
NOOOOO!!!

Finnish is neither a slavic nor a scandinavian laguage, cultiv8r explained it well... the slavic languages don┤t use doubles letters like "kk", "oo", or "uu" - you can believe me because I SPEAK A SLAVIC LANGUAGE! Also I am able to understand at least some parts of other slavic languages but not Finnish because its not slavic...

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Some input:

http://virtual.finland.fi/finfo/english/finnish2.html

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French???
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Yes doing the 1600th Sweden and French was very close and it become "fashon" to talk French and many of our word in our language is French word. And under 1150-1350 we was undersige from the "Hansa", an very rich and powerfull Merchant groupe from Hamburg, they had an ships called "knogg" and they pushed out the vikings, and they imposed a German sudo goverment and all "knecktar" (Hansa soldier) and they collected tax for "Hansa" and was very hated, and they was speaking only Germanic, and that was incoporated in to our language.
And from 1850 until today we are absorbing English..

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More input:

English:

http://www.wordorigins.org/histeng.htm

French:

http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/society/A0858274.html

Swedish:

http://www.livestation.com/content/d...ge_history.htm

So Swedish is a Germanic language, English and French are also influenced by some Germanic languages but, English and French didn`t influence Swedish...

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Yes doing the 1600th Sweden and French was very close and it become "fashon" to talk French and many of our word in our language is French word.
As in many other countries too... Ok some French, but what have the Hansa to do with the French laguage?

I know the history about the Hansa very well, I live in Bremen its still called "hansa" town..., 140 kilometres away from Hamburg, but the main city was LŘbeck not Hamburg!

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