In this video, I’ll walk you through how to form a “Do you have…?” question in Finnish. If you know how to say “You have X”, then it’s pretty easy to turn it into a question “Do you have X?”.
How do you use the Finnish postposition päällä? Did you know that it comes in different forms, depending on the “direction”?
What does the active first participle in the Finnish language look like? Here’s a short explanation on this Finnish grammar topic.
“Mikä se on?” or “Mitä se on?” – What’s the difference? The interrogatives ‘mitä’ and ‘mikä’ can be tough, but here’s a video that explains the choice between those two questions.
What is a word stem in the Finnish language? Why does it matter? Watch this video to find out.
Finish this sentence with an adjective: “Nukkuminen on …” Did you put it in the partitive case? You should! Read this post to find out more.
One of the things your teacher may teach you in your Finnish class is the verb system. In this post, I’ll be talking about the reasons why learning the Finnish verb types will boost your Finnish studies.
Are you a beginner in Finnish? Check out these 3 forms for the personal pronouns. Trust me, you will need them.
You may have seen Finnish verb forms like syömään, syömässä and syömästä. These are the 3 most common ones out of the 5 different varieties of the 3rd infinitive.
So you’ve figured out when to use the accusative and when to choose the partitive. But wait, what’s that? There are two types of accusative?