Languages

Romani, Kalo Finnish

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Finnish Kalo is a language of the Romani language family spoken by Finnish Kale. The language is not inherently intelligible with Scandoromani or Angloromani. The speakers of the language originally came from Scotland. The language is spoken in Finland and Sweden.

The verb

The Kalo Finnish verb has

  • 4 moods: Indicative, Conditional, Subjunctive, and Imperative;
  • 3 tenses: Present, Preterite, and Pluperfect;
  • 2 numbers
  • 3 persons

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References

  • Cortiade, Marcel. Romany Grammar. 1992.

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