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Linguistics and genetics are two different sciences








. Fenno-Ungarian languages are spoken by a number of groups (hungarians, finns, sami, udmurts...), that genetically differ significantly from each other


- in the same way as indo-european languages are spoken by many genetically different populations.


The idea of defining genetic similarities by language has been outdated for decades.





The native languages of  North America  such as the Mohawk have a similar language construction to Finn.




Finn  also  has striking grammatical and phonemic similarities to the Dravidian languages of South India




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