If you thought the Finnish verb KÄYDÄ only means “to go”, then this is the video to watch! Käydä is an incredibly versatile verb and there are lots of different contexts you can use it in. Learn these example sentences and you will have expanded your Finnish vocabulary without actually learning that many new words.
Finland is the land of mosquitoes! Bugs are a great topic for small talk in Finnish, especially if you spend a lot of time outdoors. In this podcast episode, you’ll hear me chat about spiders and mosquitoes in Finnish.
It’s my first ever episode! Tervetuloa! In this episode of Finking Cap podcast, you will hear me describe some of the Moomin characters in Finnish.
This video is about the Finnish partitive plural in example sentences. Just listen to the sentences, pause the video and repeat them after me if you like. Don’t think about the grammar too much. The goal is to get used to hearing the partitive plural.
One of the most exciting things about Finland’s Eurovision song is that it’s in Finnish. You can easily get Google to translate the lyrics for you, but I noticed there were a couple of Finnish words and expressions that Google had trouble understanding. Read on to learn more about them!
If you want to know how native speakers introduce themselves in Finnish, look no further! You don’t have to say “Minun nimeni on…” – it’s easier than that!
How do you express likelihood or possibility in Finnish? Watch this video and learn the expressions and example sentences!
Want to sound more fluent in Finnish? There are so many little things you can do to make your speech “flow” better. Here’s one tip – combine the word että and the negative verb ei. Watch this video to hear my examples!