Finnish to Uyghur Translation


Common Phrases From Finnish to Uyghur

Kiitosرەھمەت سىزگە
Ole kilttiكەچۈرۈڭ
Hyvästiخەير خوش
Mitä kuuluu?قانداق ئەھۋالىڭىز؟
Minä en tiedäبىلمەيمەن
Luulen niinمېنىڭچە شۇنداق
Voi ollaمۇمكىن
Nähdään myöhemminكېيىن كۆرۈشەيلى
Pitää huoltaپەرۋىش قىلىڭ
Miten menee?نېمە بولدى؟
Unohda koko juttuھەرگىز ئۇنداق ئەمەس

Interesting information about Finnish Language

Finnish is a Uralic language primarily spoken in Finland by approximately 5.4 million people, making it the country's official language. It belongs to the Finno-Ugric branch of languages and shares similarities with Estonian, Hungarian, Karelian, and Sami dialects. Finnish has an agglutinative structure where words are formed by adding suffixes to stems without altering their basic form. The Finnish alphabet consists of 29 letters including ä and ö which represent distinct sounds not found in English. The grammar features extensive noun cases (15) that convey various grammatical functions such as possession or location. Interestingly, Finnish lacks gendered pronouns like "he" or "she," using only one word for both genders ("hän"). Additionally, there is no definite article equivalent to "the." Despite its complexity compared to other European languages due to different structures and vocabulary roots from Indo-European ones – learning this unique language can be rewarding!

Know About Uyghur Language

Uyghur is a Turkic language primarily spoken by the Uyghur people, who are predominantly located in Xinjiang province of China. It belongs to the Karluk branch of Turkic languages and has approximately 10 million speakers worldwide. The Uyghur script is based on Arabic alphabet with additional modifications for phonetic sounds specific to this language. The grammar follows an agglutinative structure where suffixes are added to root words to indicate tense, mood or case. Vocabulary-wise, it draws influences from Persian, Arabic and Russian due to historical interactions along Silk Road trade routes. Despite being recognized as one of China's official minority languages since 1982, there have been concerns about restrictions imposed on its usage and preservation in recent years.

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