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Talk:Finnish phrasebook

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If you put a map, since this is the phrasebook, could you indicate where Finnish is spoken in Sweden and vice versa, and where the last Lapp is before Paavo Nurmi crosses the Finnish line? -phma 07:39, 21 Feb 2004 (EST)

How do you pronounce "WC-a"? I know 'w' is called "kaksois ve" but is that how you say it in "WC"? -phma 08:24, 13 Apr 2004 (EDT)

With regards to the phoneticization of the dipthong "äi", I think IGH is a better approximation than EY. Most English speakers will pronounce EY as AY. -- Nickpest 19:25, 6 Aug 2004 (EDT)

IGH is ai, AY is ei. äi is neither of them; it is EY, which is Dutch ij or ei (which in some old spellings is ey, such as Leyden). EY doesn't occur in English (it might in Southern, I've heard some pretty weird diphthongs), so no matter what spelling we pick, not everyone will say it right. -phma 00:58, 7 Aug 2004 (EDT)



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