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Finnish language is autistic
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Europe Niko0 
I have been living in Finland for almost 5 years, and in that time i have learned the language pretty well. But still there are some stuff that just seems impossible to comprehend, and here are couple examples. "Kokko, kokoo kokoon koko kokko. Koko kokkoko? Koko kokko" That, is an actual conversation between two finnish people. A conversation. With only 2 letters. How. Also this. "Keksijä keksi keksin. Keksittyään keksin, keksijä keksi keksin keksityksi." Rough translation : "Inventor invented the cookie. After inventing the cookie, inventor invented the cookie invented." Also longest actual word in finnish language is : "lentokonesuihkuturbiinimoottoriapumekaanikkoaliupseerioppilas" Although i dont think that word is actually used anywhere.
2019-12-03 08:49
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Dont u ever speak with me or my son again
2019-12-03 08:51
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kumarreksituteskenteleentuvaisehkollaismaisekkuudellisenneskenteluttelemattomammuuksissansakaankopahan is the longest word in the finnish language
2019-12-04 08:42
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not a word
2019-12-04 12:44
5 replies
Maybe a place
2019-12-05 09:17
4 replies
neither it is
2019-12-05 10:03
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In welsh the long words are places so I thought y know
2019-12-05 14:09
nope
2019-12-05 12:16
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In welsh the long words are places so I thought y know
2019-12-05 14:09
#138
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Finland Mirfic
Incorrect. The longest word is lentokonesuihkuturbiinimoottoriapumekaanikkoaliupseerioppilas. The word you said doesn't mean anything
2019-12-05 10:18
eesti keel on ilusam
2019-12-04 19:41
#2
Aleksib | 
Finland xcel
So you pick the most radical examples that in real life make zero sense and use them to describe a language
2019-12-03 08:52
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#7
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Europe Niko0
Well, these were the most radical examples that were shown to me when i started learning the language. It's not supposed to be an actual representation of finnish language, more like an example how fucked up the language can be in certain situations.
2019-12-03 08:57
28 replies
"That, is an actual conversation between two finnish people."
2019-12-03 08:58
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#15
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Europe Niko0
It is. And you as an native finnish speaker should understand that. Even though not widely used that sentence is still possible
2019-12-03 09:00
26 replies
Possible =/= used
2019-12-03 09:05
14 replies
#32
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Sweden wtf_men
Kokko, kokoo kokoon koko kokko. Koko kokkoko? Koko kokko xaxaxaxaxaxa finnish -69 iq language
2019-12-03 09:18
13 replies
Show a flag before you talk shit, probably gypsy
2019-12-03 11:06
12 replies
#40
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Sweden wtf_men
Kokko, kokoo kokoon koko kokko
2019-12-03 23:38
11 replies
#82
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Finland Autisthicc
it takes high iq to understand this advanced form of linguistics, cry.
2019-12-04 09:33
4 replies
#102
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Sweden wtf_men
Koko kokkoko?
2019-12-04 18:49
Advanced form lmao finnish has barely been a written language for a 100 years
2019-12-06 07:24
2 replies
because it has taken so long for the smartest people in the world to grasp the understanding of this language of the gods.
2019-12-06 10:32
nope
2019-12-06 10:44
HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
2019-12-04 20:13
and your language is?
2019-12-05 02:15
4 replies
#114
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Sweden wtf_men
Keksijä keksi keksin. Keksittyään keksin, keksijä keksi keksin keksityksi
2019-12-05 05:30
3 replies
casual 14yo incest hltv user
2019-12-05 10:16
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
2019-12-06 01:49
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#22
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Finland Qurko
person 1: Kokko (refering to name that doesn't even exist atleast never heard), kokoo kokoon (build together said with a dialect) koko (the whole) kokko (bonfire). person2: Koko kokkoko (You mean the whole bonfire)? person 1: Koko kokko (yes the whole bonfire). yeah this is dumb but kinda is a conversation...
2019-12-03 09:06
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#24
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Europe Niko0
That what i meant. It's supposed to be a radical example of difficulty of finnish language, not a straight up conversation you have every day with someone.
2019-12-03 09:07
And no one would ever say "kokoo kokoon". I wouldn't even classify that as grammatically correct.
2019-12-04 08:47
#71
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Finland cuntycorn
Kokko is actual last name. I know a couple Kokko's, they work in a bonfire business.
2019-12-04 09:05
7 replies
my gf's last name is Kokko
2019-12-04 09:30
6 replies
#134
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Norway k3ron
bfs's*
2019-12-05 10:10
5 replies
im pretty sure shes a woman and pretty sure shes older than you
2019-12-05 10:16
4 replies
13?
2019-12-05 10:17
3 replies
lmao no, shes 22
2019-12-05 10:18
2 replies
i thought i am your girlfriend men wtf))))
2019-12-05 10:18
i thought i am your girlfriend men wtf))))
2019-12-06 07:10
#3
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Finland Qurko
and in what situation are these sentences gonna be used?
2019-12-03 08:53
2 replies
#11
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Europe Niko0
Non. But it doesnt still mean that the grammar dont apply in every situation. Read #7
2019-12-03 08:58
Can be used as a tongue twister or how to speak the finnish language properly (pronunciation to be specific) . I think if you are learning a new language , then you should also learn how speak in the way that specific language is supposed to be spoken. For English , there are examples such as She sells sea shells in the sea shore ( The tough one) Round the rugged rocks the ragged rascals ran Growing gray goats graze great green grassy groves. Vincent vowed vengeance very vehemently. If two witches were watching two watches which witch would watch which watch?
2019-12-06 08:56
Kokko, kokoo kokoon koko kokko. Koko kokkoko? Koko kokko
2019-12-03 08:54
#5
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Finland jakem0n
0/8 why all the finns are retarded baiters nowadays? :(
2019-12-03 08:55
1 reply
yes
2019-12-05 09:35
#9
Billy | 
United States Russso
vaat aar joo doiiink
2019-12-03 08:57
wtf how are u pronoucing it
2019-12-03 09:00
5 replies
#18
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Europe Niko0
Which one? I think any of them would be hard to explain since i dont know how different letter are pronounced in russia. But in finnish language most words are pronounced almost exactly same as they are written
2019-12-03 09:02
4 replies
Same goes for Russia, but the key word is sometimes if you know what I mean😉
2019-12-03 09:04
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#26
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Europe Niko0
Well i think that could be true, if someone could read the cyrillic alphabet :D
2019-12-03 09:08
1 reply
The majority of words in Russian are spelling like they written actually, ofc there're many exeptions, and these exeptions are in the most important words. Remember, that cyilliric alphabet /=/ only Russian
2019-12-03 09:12
depends on your native language
2019-12-04 12:47
That's a pretty rough example tbh, just because "spårvagnsaktiebolagsskensmutsskjutarefackföreningspersonalbeklädnadsmagasinsförrådsförvaltarens" makes complete sense in Swedish that doesn't mean anyone uses it, nor does it mean that it's a nessecity to understand it whilst learning the language, using that logic every language is autistic.
2019-12-03 09:03
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#27
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Europe Niko0
+1. The title is misleading to get attraction to the thread, and the examples are the most radical examples i heard.
2019-12-03 09:10
+1 Everybody in Finland understands what "lentokonesuihkuturbiinimoottoriapumekaanikkoaliupseerioppilas" means, as it means jet engine assistant mechanic student, but nobody needs to use it in their everyday lives. It's just multiple words stacked together
2019-12-03 09:12
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The beauty of agglutinative language
2019-12-05 10:24
Did you just slam your keyboard
2019-12-05 09:10
1 reply
"spårvagnsaktiebolagsskensmutsskjutarefackföreningspersonalbeklädnadsmagasinsförrådsförvaltarens (94 letters) which means something like “Belonging to the manager of the depot for the supply of uniforms to the personnel of the track cleaners’ union of the tramway company”." No :)
2019-12-05 09:33
While OP is stupid finnish is pretty autistic. I mean it's cool that it exists, but unless you're born into it, or dedicate half your life to learn it, its retarded. I did wish my family (finnish immigrant) kept the language though, from my understanding it's pretty vivid for storytelling. Swedish is as dumbed down as English.
2019-12-06 07:29
#30
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Europe Niko0
Let's add in one more thing that actually makes sense. The phrase "Kuusi palaa" That alone means like +10 things in finnish language. imgur.com/a/J5n9rWy Here are couple of them.
2019-12-03 09:16
9 replies
#35
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Denmark L4rken
When would it ever come up in conversation as "Your moon is on fire"?
2019-12-03 09:43
8 replies
#37
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Europe Niko0
Moon can be used as a synonym for ass
2019-12-03 13:48
6 replies
#39
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Denmark L4rken
Your explanation is acceptable.
2019-12-03 16:52
I have never heard this. Born and raised in Finland and actually never heard any one use this. Ever.
2019-12-04 09:18
4 replies
+1 that isnt truuue
2019-12-04 12:48
kuu kiinni
2019-12-05 10:28
Your moon is on fire bro
2019-12-06 07:29
I have heard ass being described as being like moon (I guess it refers to it being big and round) so maybe that's where he got it from.
2019-12-06 11:01
A moon gets named after a scientist. Another scientist notices that the moon has lit up (maybe it has oceans of flammable fluid). He goes to the first scientist and says: "Your moon is on fire."
2019-12-06 10:59
imagine not speaking klingon 2k19 lmfao
2019-12-03 09:18
#33
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Greece NitrouZ
Mita kuuluu my little paskas?
2019-12-03 09:21
😭😭 take it back
2019-12-03 23:42
What's even wrong about these sentences? Too many similar letters?
2019-12-03 23:43
1 reply
#45
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Europe Niko0
That. Also pronounciation of finnish language feels like speaking klingon
2019-12-04 08:19
Satulan haistelia
2019-12-04 01:46
#46
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Europe jvesper
mad mamu
2019-12-04 08:22
MATUT VITTUUN
2019-12-04 08:33
6 replies
#50
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Europe Niko0
Racist. Im not from midde-east like the dudes who go raping native's over at Oulu
2019-12-04 08:38
5 replies
I have an idea. Let's cripple that bus driver that is telling us to move 2 meters. Here's the story: youtube.com/watch?v=F0Aybhu5noc Here's the result of the boys sentences, watch it after the upper one: youtube.com/watch?v=r9D1cf7avvw
2019-12-04 09:20
3 replies
#116
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Europe jvesper
its was vahinko :D:D:D:DD:d
2019-12-05 09:14
1 reply
Sure, that's what they all say.
2019-12-05 09:23
#143
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Europe Niko0
These sand****** should be exported to siberia
2019-12-05 10:27
MATUT VITTUUN
2019-12-05 10:25
#48
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Finland Jodecast
Well finnish is one of the most difficult languages to learn, so dont come crying now...
2019-12-04 08:35
28 replies
#51
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Europe Niko0
Osaan kyllä puhua suomea homo. It doesnt mean that the language isnt hard, nor even logical most of the time
2019-12-04 08:40
4 replies
#53
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Finland Jodecast
Those examples are fully clear if you understand finnish, it just sound weird and nobody ever use them
2019-12-04 08:47
3 replies
#55
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Europe Niko0
2019-12-04 08:47
2 replies
#57
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Finland Jodecast
Well why are you crying then, every language have fucked up sentences
2019-12-04 08:50
1 reply
but buddy, finnish is really in it's own league when it comes to complexity
2019-12-06 07:31
and the most useless language to learn
2019-12-04 08:52
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#64
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Finland Jodecast
and this has to do with what again? Almost every language is unique, and please dont come and tell me how x language has x more users, nobody gives an f
2019-12-04 08:54
7 replies
You can avoid crying by learning something more useful. (That was what i answered to) Every person is unique but do like every person? is every person useful? nope
2019-12-04 08:57
6 replies
#67
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Finland Jodecast
More useful? I live in fucking finland, and do you know what our first language is? Oh yeah mind as well skip learning finnish even if I live here Dumb baiter 0/8
2019-12-04 08:58
5 replies
Yeah skip it. Sweden and Netherland learn English asap.
2019-12-04 09:00
4 replies
we start learning english on 3rd grade
2019-12-04 09:34
3 replies
Nowadays if parents can effort it kids learn it in the kindergarten.
2019-12-04 12:43
2 replies
we start learning finnish before kindergarten
2019-12-04 12:51
1 reply
xd
2019-12-06 07:31
#117
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Europe jvesper
it depends where you live? for me german is useless since noones speaking it here
2019-12-05 09:14
6 replies
but you can use it for books, music, movies
2019-12-05 09:17
5 replies
#121
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Europe jvesper
and you can use finnish language for same
2019-12-05 09:20
1 reply
nope not in the same amount and not in the same qualitiy.
2019-12-05 09:21
Yay I can watch Das Boot
2019-12-06 07:31
2 replies
or watch Hitlers speeches. Or read some nice books like Hesse, Kant or whatever you like. Understand Rammstein lyrics or other masterpieces Like "MÄnner sind Schweine" Also If you don't wanna learn english you get synchron voice for every shit.
2019-12-06 08:42
1 reply
Yeah you’re right German is pretty cool
2019-12-06 13:46
There is no most difficult or easiest language to learn. Its difficulty depends on the people’s native language.
2019-12-04 09:01
6 replies
#72
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Finland Jodecast
bullshit dude :)
2019-12-04 09:07
thats just not true
2019-12-04 12:51
Yeah thats why everyone is able to learn english. The most basic language on the planet 😂😂
2019-12-06 07:32
3 replies
Actually it is not. Everyone learns English because it is lingua franca of the world. For instance learning English is very easy for Scandinavians and Germans while it is quite hard for Turkish or Japanese speakers because as I said before it depends on people’s native languages. It is about language families. For example, I can learn Finnish much easier than you.
2019-12-06 09:05
2 replies
Facts: english is a easy language. Doesnt mean it's as easy for everyone.
2019-12-06 15:27
You wont ever learn finnish anyways
2019-12-06 15:28
Maybe you think so because you are not capable of understanding a agglutinative language’s structure?
2019-12-04 08:36
#56
Dosia | 
World zeree
mad?
2019-12-04 08:50
"Inventor invented the cookie. After inventing the cookie, inventor invented the cookie invented." That makes no sense or is it a "Zungenbrecher"
2019-12-04 08:51
1 reply
#78
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Finland cuntycorn
Both. But the last part is more like "...inventor realized/figured out that a cookie has been invented". Probably the inventor was tripping so it took some time before he knew what he has invented.
2019-12-04 09:17
Vittä
2019-12-04 08:52
1 reply
#62
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Finland Teukkasd
vittu *
2019-12-04 08:53
#61
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Finland Teukkasd
finnish is ez mens))) 😎😎
2019-12-04 08:53
#65
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Finland Juseboy
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyydelläänsäkäänköhän
2019-12-04 08:54
1 reply
#98
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Europe Niko0
+1 this one too. Althought also a word no one has ever used but still exist in language
2019-12-04 12:55
#70
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China Thalia
sha bi fun lan yu, he sha bi fun lan ren)
2019-12-04 09:02
EZ language why bother if too small brain?
2019-12-04 09:10
4 replies
Smol brain big peepee
2019-12-04 09:13
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If small brain big peepee probably African. They have very large peepees.
2019-12-04 09:14
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they have small brains))
2019-12-04 09:35
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I know. I see. I have eyes. I am Finnish. I have a peepee. I am a man. I am not African. I have big brain. = Africa small brain.
2019-12-04 09:40
#76
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Finland Smoonah
what kind of simpleton says "Inventor invented the cookie. After inventing the cookie, inventor invented the cookie invented." It goes for every language. Does it make sense to say in English "Inventor invented the cookie. After inventing the cookie, inventor invented the cookie invented."
2019-12-04 09:13
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#97
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Europe Niko0
... The meaning isnt the point, the point is that in finland all those words sound the same. These are EXAMPLES, not something you use daily
2019-12-04 12:54
1 reply
#103
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Finland Smoonah
shit example
2019-12-04 19:38
I hate to be that guy but its 3 letters
2019-12-04 12:45
1 reply
#96
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Europe Niko0
Thanks for correcting
2019-12-04 12:53
I plan to travel to Finland next year,and possibly as well learn the language,once it comes to Duolingo.
2019-12-04 12:46
3 replies
Duolingo is trash, look elsewhere if u wanna learn language
2019-12-04 12:50
1 reply
I want to use it merely sideways.I will of course acquire a grammar book and a dictionary. I will make my own notebook for finnish and practice grammar and vocabulary by making sentences and stories etc.
2019-12-04 12:51
You will literally spend multiple years to even become half decent at the language
2019-12-06 07:34
Also, take a look at this: pbs.twimg.com/media/BuQdbhSIUAATFgf.jpg Made me laugh pretty hard. Finnish is just insane language.
2019-12-04 12:59
lichtenstein language is autistic
2019-12-04 19:40
Kokko, kokoo kokoon koko kokko. Koko kokkoko? Koko kokko 😎👍
2019-12-04 19:41
Why do people throw around the word ‘autistic’ like that? It just shows you have no idea what it means
2019-12-04 20:11
#109
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Estonia tonyi
Yes, people have conversations with tongue twisters here. 0/8
2019-12-04 20:14
#110
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Lebanon Dogman69
yes, it highly autistic and practical language
2019-12-04 20:17
Why the hell someone would say that??? "Inventor invented the cookie. After inventing the cookie, inventor invented the cookie invented." Nice talk
2019-12-04 20:22
It sound cool
2019-12-04 20:51
Yes :()
2019-12-05 09:18
Pure definition of Alien language. 100s of years ago some Alien must have mated with some lady to bring the first abomination finnish kid into this world.
2019-12-05 09:27
so u picked a line thats ever been used like 2 times seriously in a conversation in a language to represent how autistic the language is... maybe some(one)thing else is autistic here
2019-12-05 09:27
Kokko, gather up the whole pile of *something* (in this context i guess firewood). Kokko replies: The whole pile? Then the guy who spoke first replies: The whole pile. ez!!!
2019-12-05 09:42
Finnish sucks, cause depending on what you are intending to say or write, you have to formulate the whole sentence beforehand, before you start to say anything. This is because the suffixes change the meaning of sentences and inter-dependencies between the words you are using. English, you can just start to export thoughts and concepts out and work out the kinks grammar-wise later in-sentence in-thought. It’s just so much more fluid and not as rigid. THIS is why finns seem autistic and weird: their own language restricts them and their thought processes greatly.
2019-12-05 09:45
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wtf! no i think good i think
2019-12-05 10:01
To be fair you have to know what you want to saybbefore you say it in a lot of languages
2019-12-06 07:35
Yes our language is really difficult for foreigners but it doesn't make it autistic.
2019-12-05 09:53
1 reply
it was pretty difficult for my cousins also (Swedish minority) learning it in school also. I think they started to became decent at it in their teens lol
2019-12-06 07:37
kokko kokoo
2019-12-05 10:07
#148
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North America 007DBR9
>2 letters >kokoon pick 1
2019-12-05 14:12
here is a lesson about finnish language; tapa itsesi, kiitos
2019-12-06 01:53
1 reply
and what does it means?
2019-12-06 10:40
I mean Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo is a correct English sentence but that doesn't mean you'd ever hear it in a real conversation
2019-12-06 01:55
#155
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Russia Praeter
although it's just a clickbait, but there're no "autustic" languages, you must be a moron, if call a language which is spoken by thousands, millions of people like this
2019-12-06 07:21
Kas vain, sanoi kasvain ja kasvoi vain, sillä vain kasvain voi kasvaa noin vain
2019-12-06 07:28
Keksijä keksi keksin. Keksittyään keksin, keksijä keksi keksin keksityksi
2019-12-06 07:53
meme means boobs in Turkish ;)
2019-12-06 07:56
I know it's not a real sentence, but holy fuck those words are written pretty similar
2019-12-06 10:38
Also they look like people with down syndrome
2019-12-06 13:48
its voivoi
2019-12-06 15:30
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