The Finnish pronoun SE in different cases

The Finnish pronoun ‘se’ comes in many different cases. Listen to the examples and write down the example sentences to practice your spelling!

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1. Minulla on auto. Se on punainen. — I have a car. It’s red.
2. Minä pidän kahvista. Juon sitä joka päivä. — I like coffee. I drink it every day.
3. Minulla on koira. Sen nimi on Jeppe. — I have a dog. His name is Jeppe.
4. Kirjoitan postikortin. Lähetän sen huomenna. — I’ll write a postcard. I’ll send it tomorrow.
5. Lattialla on laatikko. Siinä on kirjoja. — There’s a box on the floor. There are books in it.
6. Sain uuden työpaikan. Kerroinko sinulle siitä? — I got a new job. Did I tell you about it?
7. Voit istua siihen. — You can sit down there.
8. Bussi numero 12 tulee. Menemme sillä kaupunkiin. — Bus number 12 is coming. We’re taking that one to go to town.
9. Onko hän hereillä? Kuulostaa siltä. — Is she/he awake? It sounds like it.
10. En voi sille mitään. — I can’t help it.