The Language Feat Prize

Since 1996, Estonia has celebrated Mother Tongue Day on March 14th. This was the birthday of the first Estonian poet Kristian Jaak Peterson in 1801 (d. 1822). Language Feat Prizes for the previous year have been awarded around this day for 14 years. The nominees are picked by the Board of the Mother Tongue Society among the candidates presented by people. This year, a record 35 nominees were proposed for the jury for the Grand Prize and for public voting for People’s Prize.

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