Transcribing Finnish

Transcribing Finnish
В финской и эстонской графике широко используются удвоенные гласные, что обозначает их долготу.
В передаче финских названий на русском языке сложилась противоречивая практика: удвоенные гласные отображаются, как правило, двумя гласными, но во многих географических названиях сохраняется их традиционная передача одной гласной.
Следует иметь в виду, что буквы ä и ö располагаются в конце финского алфавита.
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- a
- bб
- c
- ch
- e
- ee
- fф
- gг
- h
- i
- ii
- j
- ja
- je
- ji
- jo
- ju
- jy
-
-
- kк
- l
- mм
- nн
- oо
- pп
- ph
- qu
- rр
- s
- tт
- u
- x
- y
- yy
- z
- ä
- ö

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