Comparison Proto-Indo-European and modern Finnish

The comparison of the two languages is shown below, it contains comparison of the morphologies and sentences’ aspects. The Proto-Indo-European language was a language of people from Proto-Caspian steppes and Proto-Finnish is a language of the Uralian family, the first existed from 4500 BC to 2500 BC and the second was formed in the period from 4000 BC to 3000 BC (it was Pre-Finnish language or Proto-Finnish). Продолжить чтение «Comparison Proto-Indo-European and modern Finnish»

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