Are you, your partner or someone close to you expecting a child and you want to learn some pregnancy-related words in Finnish? Here are a few useful words that you may need to know.
In this blog post, you will learn a few key phrases that you can use to describe physical pain in Finnish. If it’s not about your back, just switch the word selkä to jalka, käsi or polvi, for example!
Watch this video to learn the weekdays in Finnish! You’ll not only learn the basic forms of the weekdays, but you’ll also learn a few simple example sentences to go with them. Some sentences come in 2 different versions: Standard Finnish and spoken Finnish.
How do you use the Finnish postposition päällä? Did you know that it comes in different forms, depending on the “direction”?
Watch this video to learn a few Finnish words and expressions that you can use around the house. In some of the examples, you will hear two versions: a standard Finnish version and a spoken Finnish version.
This blog post is about colours in Finnish. You’ll learn some basic colours and a way to “describe” colours. Sky blue, mint green, and so on.
When you don’t understand why someone is doing what they’re doing, you can express your confusion or perplexity in English by saying “Why on earth?” Read on to find out how to say this in Finnish and how to tweak this sentence further. (NB! The end of the article contains swear words, both in the text and the audio.)
There was one thing I missed like crazy when I was living abroad – ruisleipä, rye bread. Want to bake Finnish rye bread and learn some Finnish? Get this recipe!
Are you a beginner in Finnish? Check out these 3 forms for the personal pronouns. Trust me, you will need them.
A few useful sentences to help you use the word lapsi, ‘child’