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Eisenmann Translations provides technical translations by native speakers of Finnish specialising in all technical fields.
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All texts are translated by experienced specialist translators of Finnish into their mother tongues (Finnish or German), as per the native speaker principle.
The orthography of Finnish is almost identical to its phonetics. Tone lies on the first syllable, and the length of vowels and consonants is indicated by double spelling. Further characteristics of Finnish are the vocal harmony and the level change. Finnish also has 15 cases which are formed by attaching certain syllables to the vowel/consonant stem of the substantive.
Finnish contains no definite or indefinite articles, grammatical genders or future tense.
As stated above, Finnish dialects are categorised into a western and an eastern main group.
On 1st January 1995, Finland was accepted alongside Austria and Sweden as a new Member State of the European Union.
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Updated 18 May 2014.