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Czech is a West Slavic language spoken by over 10 million people. It is the official language of the Czech Republic and one of the official languages of the European Union. Czech is closely related to Slovak, and the two languages are mutually intelligible.
Czech has a rich literary tradition, dating back to the 13th century. The first Czech book was the Bible translation by Prague preacher Mikuláš Drda. The first complete Czech translation was made by Bible scholar Jan Hus. Notable Czech writers include Karel Čapek, Bohumil Hrabal, Milan Kundera, and Franz Kafka.
Czech is a highly inflected language, with a complex system of declension and conjugation. It is also notable for its use of various diacritical marks, such as the háček (ˇ) and the caron (ˇ).
Czech is considered to be a relatively easy language to learn for English speakers, as it has a similar grammar and a large number of cognates.
Finnish is a language spoken in Finland, by the Finnish people. It is a member of the Finnic branch of the Uralic family of languages. Finnish is spoken by about 5.5 million people, most of whom reside in Finland. It is also an official minority language in Sweden and Norway.
Finnish is closely related to Estonian and less closely to the Sami languages. It has been influenced by Swedish, Russian, and Germanic languages throughout its history. Finnish is written using the Latin alphabet.
Finnish grammar is relatively simple compared to other languages. It has no articles, no grammatical gender, and only a few conjugations. Finnish words are often long, and compounds are common.
Finnish is a pitch-accent language, which means that the pitch of a syllable can affect its meaning. This can make Finnish difficult for speakers of languages without pitch-accent.
Finnish has a reputation for being a difficult language to learn, but with some effort it is possible to become proficient. There are many resources available to help learners, including online courses, apps, and books.
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