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Finland Swedish

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The Sound of the Åbolandian-Ålandian Finland Swedish dialect (Numbers, Greetings & Story)

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VADÅ FINLANDSSVENSK?!

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Understanding the Swedish Pitch Accent

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WIKITONGUES: Max speaking Finnish and Swedish

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Scanian - A Swedish dialect or a minority language?

Finland Swedish or Fenno-Swedish is a general term for the variety of Standard Swedish and a closely related group of dialects of Swedish spoken in Finland by the Swedish-speaking population as their first language. For the most part, these dialects and the dialects spoken in Sweden are mutually intelligible, although some archaic Swedish dialects in Ostrobothnia are practically unintelligible to Swedish-speaking people in southern Finland. Most Swedish-speaking Finns emphasize that Finland Swedish is not a language separate from the Swedish of Sweden. The Swedish dialects in Finland are considered varieties of Swedish, and the norm for written Standard Swedish is completely applicable also for Finland Swedish. Today, Swedish dialects are spoken in four different regions in Finland: Ostrobothnia, Åland Islands, Southwest Finland and Uusimaa.
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