Estonian language (eesti keel)
|Spoken mainly:||In Estonia|
|Branch of language family:||Baltic Finnic|
|Writing system:||Latin script|
|Native speakers:||1.1 million|
|LinguaContact translation agency services||Translation from Estonian into Russian
Translation from Russian into Estonian
Some facts about Estonian:
— Finno-Ugric people (Finns, Estonians, and Hungarians) ethnically do not have much in common with Europeans. Long time ago they came from beyond the Urals, where the major part of the peoples, historically related to Estonians, still remain (Komi, Mordovians, Udmurt, Khanty, Mansi, etc.)
— Estonian has 14 cases and an agglutinative morphology (uses several derivative affixes in one word for wordbuilding.) The closest relative of Estonian is Finnish.
— Vocabulary of Estonian was largely influenced by German and the Baltic languages.
— The dialects of Estonian are of two types — the North and South Estonian. Some researchers consider them two different languages.
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