Finnish cases: Partitive plural in example sentences
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.
A few Finnish words from the Finnish Eurovision entry 2023
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!
How to introduce yourself in Finnish in a natural way
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!
Finnish word cluster: tieto
Have you ever learned Finnish vocabulary in clusters like this? In this video, I’ll show you an example of how you can spin the Finnish word tieto and make a list of words that are somehow related to it.
How to express likelihood or possibility in Finnish
How do you express likelihood or possibility in Finnish? Watch this video and learn the expressions and example sentences!
Make your Finnish sound more fluent by combining ETTÄ and EI
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!
Finnish snow words
Did you know there’s a word for the kind of snow that you can make a snowman with? What is the powdery kind of snow called in Finnish? Watch this video to find out!
How to say “Really?” in Finnish?
How do you say “Really?” in Finnish when you want to express surprise or interest? Imagine someone tells you that they went to the gym this morning: Mä kävin salilla tänä aamuna. This surprises you and you want to say something like: “Really?” or “Did you?”. What do you say? There are a few different […]
The Finnish word VUOSI
The Finnish word vuosi means “year”. Vuosi has several different stems, which means the word can look quite different in different sentences. In this blog post, you will learn a few Finnish expressions and sentences with the word vuosi in them.
How to use the Finnish verb PITÄÄ
The Finnish verb PITÄÄ is extremely common and so incredible versatile that even Finns are overwhelmed when they start listing the different meanings it can have. Watch this video to learn how to use PITÄÄ.