This page contains all the Finnish grammar subjects that Uusi kielemme currently covers. There are separate sections on verbs, nouns, constructions, p…
Existential sentences express that somewhere there is something, for example "Pöydällä on kirja". Learn more about this sentence type now!
Have you wondered how to say anything, anyone or anywhere in Finnish? Finnish usually uses "tahansa" for this purpose, in combination with a question word.
In addition to the basic passive sentence, Finnish has several other kinds of sentences without a subject. This is a rather advanced topic.
Olen oma itseni myself... Itseäni kiinnostaa... Itselläni on... Itsestään... The word itse is used in many contexts and meanings. Learn more now!
Everything and everyone are both translated as "kaikki" in Finnish. Learn how to tell the difference and how to use both!
Saanko hetkeksi huomionne? The verb saada has many meanings and uses. Find out more about this interesting verb in this article!
Osata voida saada: three verbs that get confused easily. Learn the difference between "mä osaan", "mä voin" and "mä saan" in this article!
This article deals with the following verbs: Osata, saada, voida, pystyä and kyetä. It goes over their differences and uses in some detail.
Finnish has a large group of words ending in -mA. Many of these words have a long history within the Finnic or Uralic language groups.