The genitive case - genetiivi - can be recognized by the -n at the end of words. Learn when to use it and how to form it in this article!
Wordtype B consists of words ending in -e, -ton, -in, -as and -tar. Learn now how wordtype B consonant gradation differs from normal consonant gradation!
Astevaihtelu ie. consonant gradation is very prevailent in Finnish grammar. Luckily the system is mostly free of exceptions. Learn more now!
The negative imperfect aka the negative past tense makes use of the negative verb (ei) and the -nut/-nyt/-neet ending. Find out how to use it here!
Here are the rules of simple consonant gradation (astevaihtelu or KPT-vaihtelu) aka wordtype A consonant gradation. Click on through!
In this article we take a look at the possible answer to the question "Why doesn't siivota become siipoan?" and other similar consonant gradation puzzles.
Verbtype 6 consonant gradation is very much like for verbtype 3 and 4. This means the basic form of the verb will be weak and the conjugations strong.
Ommella becomes ompelen, ajatella becomes ajattelen and tapella become tappelen. Learn more about verbtype 3 consonant gradation!
Verbtype 4 consonant gradation is interesting but a little bit frustrating. Which verbs undergo consonant gradation and which ones don't? Learn more now!
Verbtype 1 consonant gradation is very important to any learner of Finnish. Find out what it is, when to use it and lots of examples in this article!