Most Recent Articles on Uusi kielemme
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Learn some more random Finnish nouns which can be considered to be at the intermediate level! Expand your vocabulary!
Here’s all the MILK-related vocabulary you will ever need while studying Finnish! Learn about MAITO, KERMA, JUUSTO, JOGURTTI and many more dairy products.
Check out this overview of vocabulary you are likely to need when you’re studying Finnish in a classroom setting!
In Finnish, you can make questions in two ways: by using a question word like mikä, miksi and kuka, and by using the -ko/kö suffix. This is how we create a kysymyslause (a “question sentence”, ie. an interrogative clause). This article tells you more about the types of kysymyslause Finnish has! You can find an overview of all […]
本文中，你将学习到一些短语，帮助你用芬兰语谈论你的家。例如，Missä sinä asut?你住在哪里？Millaisella alueella?在什么样的地方？
Click to find extensive information and word lists of Finnish places ending in LA, such as neuvola, käymälä and ravintola!
Click to read about words like TOIMI (toimea/tointa, toimien/tointen) and NIEMI (niemea/nientä, niemien/nienten) and kotus wordtype 25!
Click to find a list of nouns and verbs with the consonant gradation LKI-LJE and RKI-RJE, ie. where K is strong and J is weak!
Learn more about words ending in E, such as hame, kolme and filee, which belong to wordtype B for consonant gradation!
The Finnish language learning books of the Suomen mestari series are very useful! This article includes all the info you need on them!
Click to find an overview of words like PIENI, which are sometimes labeled as “LI NI RI words” in language classes!
Finnish has many words ending in -i. Click for a list of UUSI-type words! These words inflect the same way as the word UUSI (uuden, uuteen).
Read about the inflection of old words ending in i, which can be refered to as OVI-type words! These undergo the same changes as OVI does.
The compound words in this article are REVERSIBLE! Find out what this means and how e.g. RIISIPUURO and PUURORIISI differ in meaning!
Click for the English translation and grammar analysis of Ismo Leikola’s sketch about NO NIIN, the most important Finnish word!
War & peace, chaos & order, hardware & software. Learn some new vocabulary by going through these nouns which have a clear opposite!
Time to expand your Finnish vocabulary by learning these 100 random Finnish words aimed at intermediate level students!
HERÄTÄ and NUKAHTAA, TYÖNTÄÄ and VETÄÄ are two examples of verbs and opposites. Click to find a list of useful vocabulary!
The verbs VIEDÄ, TUODA and HAKEA confuse many learners. Find out what the difference is between the three in this article!
Practice the passive tense with these questions! This article contains conversation prompts which allow you to make passive sentences.
Oletko koskaan uinut avannossa tai käynyt mökillä? These conversation prompts with the PERFECT TENSE can help you start a conversation!
Learn more about when to use and how to conjugate verbs in the passive perfect tense, such as “on tehty”, “on käyty” and “on osattu”!
What is a “rektio”? Or a “verbirektio”? Learn more about what “rections” are in the Finnish language in this article!
This article gives you information about how the pronoun toinen is used. We’re starting with the most difficult usage and moving from there to easier meanings. I decided to go with this approach because it’s most likely someone will end up on this page looking for the hardest part. 1. Resiprookkipronomini “each other” Toinen is […]
This list contains 473 Finnish adverbs ending in STI, which have been completed with example sentences and translations.
In this article, you can find a list of grammar topics you will be expected to know at level B1.1. or when you participate in YKI-testi.
Find out the top 50 most common Finnish surnames and read about their history, what they mean and where they’re commonly used!
Learn more about the plural translative case! It consists of the plural marker -i- with the case marker -ksi at the end.
These Finnish phrases express actions repeatedly happening (eg. puhui puhumistaan) or increasing in intensity (eg. vanhenee vanhenemistaan).
Learn idiomatic expressions which include the verb mennä, such as MENNÄ PIELEEN (to go awry) and MENNÄ NAPPIIN (to succeed)!
Homonyms are Finnish words like KUUSI (6) and KUUSI (spruce), JÄÄ (ice) and JÄÄ (stay), MAKSA (pay) and MAKSA (liver), which mean two things.
Practice answering questions related to your DAILY ROUTINE in order to become more fluent in writing or speaking!
Luen kirjaa. Luin kirjan. Lue kirja! Lue kirjat! Luen kirjoja. Learn about the Finnish Object with many examples and explanations!
Learn more about Finnish suffixes such as -sto, -tar and -utua and how they are used in derivation to create new words from existing ones!
Learn more about past passive object phrases such as “Hänet kuljetettiin” (He was transported) and “Hänet kannettiin (He was carried)!
We all know Finnish doesn’t have a word for “please”. This article teaches you different ways that exist to be polite in Finnish!
Learn how Duolingo introduces the words “here” and “there”! In addition, click to find out WHY Duolingo translates TÄSSÄ ON as “it has”.
Plan on doing the YKI exam? Make sure you can understand the YKI test instructions by learning the words in this list!
Duolingo introduces the PARTITIVE CASE in the lesson called FRIDGE. Learn more about why and when you should use the partitive case
Here’s 100 adjectives useful for your Finnish CV, including but not limited to stressinsietokykyinen, oppimishaluinen and joustava.
Click to find a useful list of B1.1 level adjectives! This list contains adjective pairs that are opposites. Expand your vocab today!
Click to find a list of adjectives ending in TU, based on verbs in the passive past participle, such as tunnettu mies, kalustettu huone ja keitetty muna.
This article contains a list of verbs with an accusative total object. Learn which verbs usually get MINUT, SINUT, HÄNET as an object!