The question of whether or not Finnish is more complicated to learn than other languages has been a persistent topic of debate for decades.
The language is taught in Finnish schools to a high degree of fluency, and the majority of the country’s schoolchildren speak Finnish, according to a recent study.
But the question of which language is most difficult to master has been debated for decades, with some arguing that the Finnish language is less complicated than other international languages, like Chinese, Portuguese or Spanish.
The study of language differences between different countries comes in the wake of a new report by the Finnish Institute for Language Science (FINSS), which has surveyed more than 2,000 Finnish students aged 12 and older, looking at the difficulty of learning Finnish.
It found that, in Finland, the majority said they had difficulty learning Finnish at home, but that some people could learn Finnish by speaking Finnish at school.
But a few of the students who did speak Finnish in the classroom were actually much more adept at learning the language at home than at school, the Finnish study found.
The most popular languages studied were Spanish, German and French, with English ranked in the middle.
The study found that more than half of the Finnish children who spoke the Finnish tongue at home in school also had difficulty in learning it at home.
The highest level of difficulty was found among those who spoke it at school with no help at all, while the lowest levels were found among students who were able to learn the language by speaking it at the school, but did not take it with them.
Finnish students were also more likely to say they had difficulties learning it on their own, with almost two thirds saying they did not have any help at school to get the language.
Fifty-one percent of Finnish students said they did manage to speak Finnish by talking to people they knew in their local language, with half of these people also saying they managed to speak the language in the car with the driver.
Only 14 percent of the foreign students said that they could speak Finnish on their way to school, while 14 percent said they could not speak Finnish at all.FIFRIELE, or the Finnish National Language Education Service, is the countrys main language education service, which was established in 2013.
Its main purpose is to teach Finnish to all Finnish language learners.
Finder Finnish is a Finnish language learning app which was created by Finnish developers.FINDING FISH, or Find FISH is a free online Finnish language database.
The Finnish Institute of Language Science is a leading Finnish language research organisation.