Finnish is now available on LingQ! If you have any dictionaries or resources that you would like to see on LingQ, please post below
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The next beta language on LingQ is… FINNISH!
As we welcome in the new year, we are pleased to announce Finnish as the next beta language on LingQ.
Click here to start studying Finnish on LingQ!
Finnish is a particularly interesting language, in that the spoken and written language are very different. Colloquial Finnish is the most commonly used form of Finnish when communicating verbally. Standard Finnish is used in the vast majority of written literature, and is still the preferred format in formal situations.
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I think it’d also make good business sense to add all of the forms of Greek. I wouldn’t mind betting there is just as much demand for Ancient Greek as for Modern. You only need to check out Amazon.com to see the kind of market there is in learning materials!
Furthermore I would say there is significant demand for Koine as well as Attic (and the other ancient dialects) because many people at Seminaries need to learn this as a research tool for ancient religious texts, etc.