Estonian language

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November 29, 2021

Estonian (Estonian: eesti keel, Estonian kel) is the official language of Estonia. 1.1 million inside Estonia and 10,000 Estonian migrants outside the country speak Estonian. Estonian belongs to the Finno-Ugric language family and is closely related to Finnish. What makes Estonian attractive to linguists is that it has three types of vowels: short, long and very long. It also distinguishes Estonian (ɤ) with ((õ) from many languages.

Category

Estonian is a member of the Finno-Ugric family of Phoenician languages. This language is closely related to Finnish. These two languages ​​are spoken on both sides of the Gulf of Finland and are one of the few non-Indo-European languages. Despite borrowing from other languages, Estonian has no connection with its closest neighboring languages ​​- Swedish, Russian and Latvian - all of which are Indo-European. Estonian also has close ties to the Hungarian language. Germanic languages, followed by Russian, Swedish and Latvian, have influenced this language. Estonian, like Finnish and Hungarian, is a cohesive language, although it has lost the phonetic harmony of the Nyafin language. Of course, in the ancient writings of this language, phonetic harmony can still be seen. Moreover, the wide pauses that appear at the end of the words of this language have caused the deviation of this language from a connected language to a morphological language. The general grammatical structure of this language is as follows: the institution of the passive verb.

Alphabet

Like the Finns, the Estonians use the Latin alphabet. In this writing system, the letters š, ž,., Ö, ü, and شده are added and the words c, q, w, x and y are used for special letters with foreign roots. Also, f, z, š, and ž are used only for pronouns and phrases. The letter õ with the sound / ɤ / or / o / è is a half, back and full sound, and it is not similar to the consonant with it in Portuguese, and more like the sound ı in Istanbul Turkish, ы in Russian and ơ in Vietnamese. Is. The Estonian alphabets are: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, ی، Z, Ž, T, U , V, W, Õ, Ä, Ö, Ü, X, Y

Resources

Wikipedia contributors. Estonian language. Retrieved April 2, 2012, from English Wikipedia.

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