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Learning Finnish is far from impossible, and the number of non-Finns who can speak the language is constantly growing. For this article, we ask friends and colleagues what textbooks they’re using, and request tips on mastering Finnish.

Recent years have seen numerous new Finnish-as-a-second-language textbooks hit the market – so many that one article cannot claim to encompass them all. A trip to a Helsinki bookstore reveals textbooks written for speakers of English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Swedish, as well as books that use Finnish only, independent of the student’s mother tongue (often accompanied by a separate, bilingual wordlist

. You can sleep tight because there is no gender in Finnish. No feminine, no masculine. Nada. And this doesn’t only apply to objects. Humans have no gender either. For example, “he” and “she” have the same translation. It’s hän in the formal/written form of Finnish

Free lessons! Learn Finnish do it yourself, audio lessons. Numbers

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