“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.
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.)
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.
You’ve probably heard the noun harrastus before, right? It means ‘hobby’. But what about the verb harrastaa?
What is the difference between the Finnish verbs KUULLA and KUUNNELLA?
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?
Check out these example sentences to find out more about when to use the accusative or the partitive case.