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The Finnish language belongs to the Finno-Ugric language family and is related to Estonian, Volgic, Ingrian and Hungarian languages. This language’s special feature is its suffixes. There are no prepositions like in the Germanic languages. All location elements are attached to the noun, for example, "ravintolassa", means, "in the restaurant". A professional translator must master a language’s special features in order to adequately translate a text. Therefore, it is important to entrust this duty only to native speaking translators. We employ these translators so that after every job we can always hand you a quality translation. Write us an email or give us a call and see for yourself. You are also welcome to use the request form on the right hand side to send us the text you would like translated. Afterwards, you will receive a non-binding quote from us as soon as possible.

The language family

The only other Central European language that stems from this family is Hungarian. Elements of location are attached to the ends of nouns in this language, too. Something called vowel harmony plays a big role here as well. If a front vowel is used in the initial syllable, a front vowel is used in the following syllable(s), and the same goes for back vowels. Long words with many syllables are the product of attaching elements of location and possessive pronouns. Yet this sequencing is what lets the listener know what is going on without having to worry about subordinate clauses and intricate decoding.

Suffixes and their significance

In Finnish, subordinate clauses are replaced by special syllables attached to the ends of nouns. Suffix use is the biggest challenge in Finnish grammar. The literary language was based off of Swedish and written with the Latin alphabet. In Finnish, time is expressed by the present and three perfect forms. There is no tense specifically denoting future. The grammar of the Finnish language was created according to certain rules making it analyzable with mathematical formulas and easy for you to learn.

Mostly due to the history behind the origin of the Finnish literary language, the Finnish alphabet is identical to that of Swedish. It consists of the 26 letters in the Latin alphabet as well as the special characters, à, ä and ö.

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How much does a translation into Finnish cost?

The standard rate for translations from English into Finnish is $ 0,27 per word and for translations from Finnish into English the industry rate is $ 0,27. For new customers or large texts (more than 5,000 words) we may significantly reduce our rates. For urgent jobs that need several translators working simultaneously, we'll apply a surcharge. For a full list of rates per language, please visit Rates table for most requested language combinations.

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