Were Finnish people permitted to speak Finnish when Sweden ruled Finland?
Yes they could.
No, they did not. However Finland got colonized by Sweden.
You mean who find Finland? Well, if you mean it, the finnish people came after the ice age. When in Norway,Sweden, Denmark and Iceland were the vikings, in Finland were the sami and the finnish people. The Christianity came at 1200 when the swedish pope came (his name was Henrik)
well hitler hated russia and finnish people hated russia and the swdes loved finland so gaermany and finland were nuetral and germany and sweden were less than that but not hostile
People from Finland are Finnish!
Swedish is the official language in Sweden and Finland. Though only a small minority of Finnish people have Swedish as a first language. But the language is mainly spoken by the Swedish people who live in Sweden.
People from Finland are of Finnish nationality.
People from Finland are Finns, or Finnish.
People from Finland are called Finns, or Finnish people.
People in Finland are called Finnish or Finns. Population is 5,359,538.
The people from Finland are either called "Finns" or "Finnish".
People from Finland are Finnish and people from Iceland are Icelandic.
People who live in Finland are Finnish and are referred to as Finns.
People in Finland speak Finnish, or "Suomi" as we say in Finnish. Finland is bilingual country, so many Finn also speaks Swedish. So Finland basically has two legally confirmed languages, Finnish And Swedish. Other languages spoken in Finland are sami and its different variations, spoken by the Sami people in Lapland. Romani language and Finnish Sign Language are also minority languages in Finland.
Finnish or Finns
More Finnish people?
Finnish people are called "Finns".
In English it's Finnish or a Finn. In Finnish it's suomalainen.
Finland has there own language called Finnish. But Finland's second national language is Swedish since there are quite a few of Swedish people in Finland. Most people speak either Finnish (91 %) or Swedish (5,4 %), which are the two official languages. The biggest minority languages are Russian (0,92 %), Estonian (0,42 %), English (0,21 %), and Somali (0,2 %). Other minority languages (spoken by less than 0,2 %) are Arabic, Chinese, Kurdish, German, Romani… Read More
People in Finland communicate just like they do everywhere else, only in the Finnish language.
The Capital is Helsinki. The two official languages are: Finnish Swedish
Finnish. (There are other nationalities living in Finland: Swedish, Lapp, and Russian)
The people of Finland call it Suomi. Officially it is the Republic of Finland. In Finnish, that is Suomen tasavalta.
The word Finnish is the adjective meaning of or from Finland. It is a demonym for all of the people of the country, while an individual would be a Finn, or more rarely a Finlander. The proper adjective for someone or something of or from Finland is Finnish. Example: I found a book of Finnish pastry recipes.
Because some Finnish people find it enjoyable.
No, Finnish is both an adjective and a noun. Adjective: Pertaining to Finland. Noun: The language spoken by the majority of people in Finland. Finish, however, is a verb meaning to complete.
If your question was supposed to be "What language do people that live in Finland speak?", then the right answer is Finnish and Swedish. Thought only 5.5% speak Swedish, and the rest speak Finnish.
In Finland, saunas are very popular. More than 50% of households in Finland have a sauna and going to the sauna is something extremely popular in this country. Sometimes Finnish people jump in the freezing ice water and then get into a sauna. Sauna was invented by Finnish-people and the word 'sauna' comes from Finnish-language. The Americans pronounce it S-AH-NAH while the correct Finnish proununciation is S-OW-NUH
In English they're called Finns or the Finnish.
Right now, there is not any wars in Finland, but from year 2002 the Finnish people have joined the war in Afghanistan.
Answer what about them? there was......... the finnish fins Answer The Sami people (also known as Laplanders) are the largest ethnic minority in Finland. Answer No, it definitely was the Finnish Fins. Pff. Sami people... A couple ni$$ers, a few ch$nks, and a sh!tload of Islamic Arabs.
It's the Finnish name. The same way Japanese people call Japan Nippon or German people call Germany Deutschland.
Finnic language refers to a language that is spoken by a majority of people in Finland. The Finnish language s the official language in Finland.
Most people speak either Finnish (91 %) or Swedish (5,4 %), which are the two official languages of Finland.
Finnish is the national language, but some people in Finland can speak English. It is one of the languages that children study in school.
The Finnish people believes that Santa Claus lives in Lapland, in Finland.
About 50-70 percent of Finnish people have, and that's just because people in more northern countries usually have lighter hair and skin. Like in Sweden.
Because he was nude! The finnish people was stupid when they decided that!
Finnish people are quite friendly and kind. Well, that's my opinion.
Because there are 250000 people speaking Swedish in Finland and that makes Swedish the second official language in Finland.
Finnish people eat a lot of fish and elk as well as root vegetables.
It is believed that all major religions are practiced in Finland. However nearly 80% of Finns belong to the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland.
Yes. Until very recently, Finns were encouraged to see themselves either as 'eastern' or at least 'between east and west.' It was in the 1790, when Sweden ruled Finland, that German anthropologist J. F. Blumenbach compared Finnish, Sami (the Arctic reindeer herders) and Mongolian skulls and concluded that the Finns were 'mongoloid' and not 'white' like the Swedes or Finland's Swedish-speaking aristocracy. This was widely accepted and led to the Turanian theory - that both… Read More
There are typically five countries in Northern Europe (although the UN lists eight): Denmark Finland Iceland Norway Sweden Every country has their own language as their official language, similar to the citizenship of the country: Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish (Swedish is official in both Sweden and Finland). The largest spoken language in Northern Europe is actually not any of these languages. It's English. Well over half the people in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and… Read More
It must be Finland. When I have been there, and I've met Finnish people here in Sweden and almost everyone have light blond hair or sometimes a little red in it. So many hair colors now but so many have natural white hair of the Finnish. Of course, some have dark hair too but 80-90% must have blond, white hair. And in Sweden, without immigrant counting, it is around 50-60% but most swedish are dark… Read More
Finland has buildings just like in any other country nearby.
Finland is a Christian country that celebrates it just like every other Christian country does...
Everybody in Sweden and some in Finland.
Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.
It's very cold There are polar bears People are shy and rude Every Finnish people dance tango Finnish people love to sing Karaoke They drink much, especially Vodka Physical appearance: Blond hair and blue eyes