On 10/3/08, Lauri Nurmi <lanurmi(a)iki.fi> wrote:
to, 2008-10-02 kello 22:33 +0200, Christian Rose kirjoitti:
> Swedish is spoken both in Sweden, and by a large minority in Finland.
By a small minority, I would say. (5.5% of population.)
It's still the second largest language after Finnish. So how does
"large minority" not apply?