The Estonian language has been accused of being a deliberate effort to create a language that is impossible to learn. The Estonian language has 14 cases, but the use of prepositions is relatively simple. Estonian belongs to the Finno-Ugric family of languages and is therefore probably easier for Finns to learn than it is for others. To compensate for the number of cases, words have no gender, which you would have to memorise and the use of tenses is fairly simple. Estonian is unique for the letter “Õ”, which features in many words connected with happiness (õnn) and joy (rõõm). Estonian language The Estonian language

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