What do you call the people who live in Finland?
Finns i think
People who live in Finland are Finnish and are referred to as Finns.
About 30000 british people live in Finland.
The people from Finland are either called "Finns" or "Finnish".
In southern Finland.
It's the Finnish name. The same way Japanese people call Japan Nippon or German people call Germany Deutschland.
The people of Finland call it Suomi. Officially it is the Republic of Finland. In Finnish, that is Suomen tasavalta.
About 79,7%. That makes it the main church of Finland.
Finns call santa Joulupukki joulupukki :)
people came to what is known as Finland. and they were call the Finns. and the name just stuck like clue.
The north of Finland is within the Arctic Circle, so not many people can live there. Most of the population is in the south of Finland.
They are mostly called Finns.
lol houses and apartments you idiot.
Nope. Jailtime is what you get.
They breathe, eat, sleep, and drink. Same as you.
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people who live in Shanghai.
Not particularly. It may be dark for long periods in winter and cold and sparsely populated, but the people are happy to live there. Visitors might find it a bit more difficult compared to where they are from, but the people from Finland are happy to live there. It is their home.
They call Santa Claus in Finland Joulupukki.
People who live in France are French.
People who live in the Netherlands are the Dutch.
there are no native people that live in Antarctica
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You would call the people who live in Venezuela Venezuelans.
you call it oxforders
You call them Greenlanders
People who live in Germany are called Germans
people that live in aberdeen are called aberdonians.
Wisconsinites is the nickname for people who live in Wisconsin
People who live in or are from Indiana are called a Hoosier.
I imagine lots of people do it around the UK that live near towns, for instance I live near enough birmingham for people to call it town, and my cousins who live near Manchester and call that town too.
There are (of course) many religions in Finland but most of the people who live there are Lutherans.
According to an estimate from 2010, Finland's population is 5,250,275.
What is correct What do you call or How do you call or is there a shift in meaning eg What do we call the people in France?
"What do you call ... " is the correct usage for questions such as, "What do we call the people who live in France."
Texans You call them Texans.
I would call them islanders.
Sparsely populated is when not many people live there. This is places like Iceland or Finland. People might not want to live there because it is mountainous or just a desert.
There are many ways to call people who live in England. British English Redcoats Red Backs Crab Backs
If you live in Wales you call yourself Welsh If you live in England you call yourself English If you live in Scotlandyou call yourself Scotish Nationlists in Northern Ireland call themsleves Irish Unionists in Northern Ireland call themselves British. Many people in the UK refer to themselves as British irespective of where they live in the UK
In the second of April 2010 it was counted 5 356 907.
Live in Suomi Finland was created in 2007.
He lives in Finland.
They call him Joulupukki.
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Finland is a country with a high standard of living and a rich European culture. It has two official languages, so in some areas (particulary the Ålands) you can live with Swedish, if learning Finnish is too difficult for you. Besides, many people understand English. There are many Russian immigrants in Finland. For them it is a stable, prosperous country, whose people have similar mentality, but not the same drawbacks, perhaps except drinking.
The "Samí" also called "Lapps"