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Finland
A country in Europe
The number of individual languages listed for Finland is 12. All are living languages. Of these, 10 are indigenous and 2 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 3 are institutional, 3 are developing, 2 are vigorous, 2 are in trouble, and 2 are dying.
Official Name
Republic of Finland
Population

5,464,000 (2014 UNSD)

Principal Languages
Finnish, Swedish
Literacy Rate
100% (2011 USDS)
Immigrant Languages
Arabic (10,400), Bengali (1,790), Bulgarian (1,170), Chinese (7,550), Dutch (1,230), English (12,900), French (2,970), Hindi (1,280), Hungarian (1,950), Iranian Persian (5,020), Italian (1,700), Japanese (1,100), Northern Kurdish (8,030), Polish (2,880), Portuguese (1,620), Romanian (1,700), Russian (54,600), Somali (13,000), Spanish (4,590), Standard German (5,450), Tagalog (1,450), Thai (5,720), Turkish (5,370), Ukrainian (1,290), Urdu (1,220), Vietnamese (5,640)
Deaf Population
8,000 (Van Cleve 1986)
General References
Campbell and King 2011, Comrie 1987, Salminen 1997, Salminen 1999, Salminen 2007, Stephens 1976
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Finland is 12. All are living languages. Of these, 10 are indigenous and 2 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 3 are institutional, 3 are developing, 2 are vigorous, 2 are in trouble, and 2 are dying.
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