Anger, fear, jealousy, annoyance, impatience are all negative emotions. In this article, you can find Finnish nouns, verbs and adjectives about feelings.
Suutuksissa, eksyksissä, juovuksissa and nukuksissa are four examples of adverbs that end in -UksissA. Learn more about this advanced adverb type now!
Pelottaa, väsyttää, kyllästyttää and hämmästyttää are emotive causative verbs. This article looks at the derivation of these types of verbs.
This is the root article for a series on swearing in Finnish. We go over the vocabulary and some of the grammar related to swearing!
In addition to the basic passive sentence, Finnish has several other kinds of sentences without a subject. This is a rather advanced topic.
This page is full to the brim with phrases to use to express your opinion and to agree or disagree with others' opinions!
"Tunnekausatiiviverbi" is an awesome term which lacks a translation to English. As such, we'll call them "feeling verbs" and hope that's clear enough!
Are you feeling excited, happy, thankful, fortunate or amused? Learn the Finnish names of positive emotions in this article!
Perceptional verbs come by many names: sense verbs, aistiverbit, aistimusverbit, vaikutelmaverbit, etc. They have a special rection to them!
Learn some useful vocabulary related to the five senses: kuuloaisti, näköaisti, hajuaisti, tuntoaisti and makuaisti. Let's feel something!