Do Japanese and Finnish have any similarities in looks?
No, they don't. Finns are taller and have lighter skin, hair and eyes. Also the Japanese have slightly slanted eyes, which Finns don't.
Japanese and Chinese written language share some characters known as Han Zi. Japanese also uses Kanji that is not used in Chinese. Modern Chinese is read from left to right and top to bottom (like English). Japanese is not.
No. I'm a Finnish girl and never heard that any school in the whole country would have to wear uniforms.
You can buy Finnish music in Virgin Mega store any where you find a Virgin Mega store.There is one in Manhattan.
The only similarities there are, are that they were both rounded up and put in to camps. The Japanese were rounded up in the United States, because we believed that they were dangerous. The United States thought they would attempt acts of espionage. The Jews were rounded up all around Europe, and killed. I don't know of any deaths of Japanese during their incarceration. Six million Jews were killed during this time.
Is it true similarities between living species and extinct species can not be used to determine their relationship to each other?
Some similarities are environmentally related. A whale and a fish have similarities in appearance because they live in the same environment. Yet, a whale is a close relative to a hippopotamus, which looks nothing like a fish. When we get inside extinct creatures and can examine the bones and any other preserved organs, there similarities can be used to determine their relationship to living creatures.
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Most vodkas are made to 40% ABV (80 proof). Finnish vodka is just as strong/weak as any other.
actually. they are basiclly the same. i don't see any different between them, they are all hard workers, but the japaneses i met seem shorter than all the Chinese i met.
the crab that looks like a spider is a Japanese spider crab it has long big legs and it looks like a daddy long legs this crab can have a leg span of up to 3.9 meters long (and it eats any thing) your welcome every one who actually reads this answer
Computer Systems are used in any computers. that is there similarities.
Because Finns aren't astronauts, they're sisunauts.
All dogs are related to the wolf, but the Saarlooswolfhond (Saarloos Wolfdog) and Czeslovakian Wolfdog look most like a wolf. Other breeds resemblig a wolf are the Primitive types. These breeds are the oldest breeds that have not been mixed with any other breed to create. This group includes the Alaskan Malamute, Siberian Husky, Shiba, Japanese Akita, Finnish Reindeer Herder, East Syberian Ladka ...
There aren't really any similarities there are just diffrences
There are few if any similarities. The two religions are about as different as they could be.
do you see any similarities between eve and the harlot of gilgamesh
i don't think there are any similarities. maybe there are though.
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not that much
There are some similarities, even though the languages are not at all related. See Phonological Similarities in Germanic and Hebrew
Hungarian, Finnish and Euskadi (between France and Spain)
This does not have any meaning in Japanese.
Yes. See the related question below for a discussion of those similarities.
There are not any similarities between a control and a variable. However, a Control Variable, is a variable.
They are both called "Festival of lights" but beyond that, there aren't any similarities whatsoever.
dont think there are any
No they are different.
The Finnish civil war of 1918 and the second world war.
The name 'Michelle' does not have any meaning Japanese, but can be written in Japanese as: ミシェル
Lynx or a bobcat
No, Sanibel Island is not in any danger of the Japanese tsunami.
Watch any anime in Japanese.
SS501 doesn't have any Japanese member.
On Stephenie Meyer's website there is an international page and it says that it has been translated into these languages: Danish Japanese German Dutch Czech Thai Chinese Turkish Russian Korean Norwegian Finnish Bahasa Indonesia I do not know if it has been translated into any other languages.
Yes and no. Mainly no.
They're both spheres.
None (maybe a little bit of Mandarin, but the similarities stop there). However the writing is derived from Chinese (which slowly evolved over time) and most if not all have a Chinese style pronunciation ("on-yomi") for kanji.
It could be any country, looks similar to our Finnish numbers. Usually the + at the beginning holds the country insignia. In Finland it is +358 Sweden is +46. But if it does not show that + beginning, then I assume it belongs someone in your local area. The zero at the beginning tells it's not with country insignia.
The name Courtney doesn't have any Japanese meaning. But you can spell it in Japanese as コートニー
Ruth does not have any meaning in Japanese, but can be written: ルース
Finland has buildings just like in any other country nearby.
Right now, there is not any wars in Finland, but from year 2002 the Finnish people have joined the war in Afghanistan.
The people of Finland call it Suomi. Officially it is the Republic of Finland. In Finnish, that is Suomen tasavalta.
Japanese is not based on any other language. It is a language isolate, meaning it is not connected to any other living language.
How could there be any similarities according to Plato when he died long before Camus was even born.
they're both H2O.
Not really, apart from being females.
This question doesn't make any sense.
yes they booth have a good economy
This might depend on your mother tongue, and on your knowledge of other languages. Italian would usually be easier for native English speakers - given that there are many shared grammatical structures, word-roots and even spelling/pronunciation similarities. However, if you have any exposure to other Asian languages, one might find Japanese relatively easy.
Like any other plankton looks like duhhh!!!!!