The "missä" case is called the inessive by linguists. Learn more about when to use it and how words change when you put -ssa to the end!
"Verb rections" refers to the phenomenon where a word requires other words to appear in a certain form. Location case verbs rections are one subgroup.
Explaining what you're wearing in Finnish is different: you should specify that you're wearing the hat on your head for example: Minulla on hattu päässä.
Suutuksissa, eksyksissä, juovuksissa and nukuksissa are four examples of adverbs that end in -UksissA. Learn more about this advanced adverb type now!
Olla jumissa, olla tulossa, olla vastassa, olla töissä ja olla kylässä are some of the many examples of missä phrases that Finnish has. Learn something new!
In Finnish, "I go to the store" is usually translated as "Minä käyn kaupassa". Learn more about the basic usage of the verb käydä!
Is the book "hyllyssä" or "hyllyllä"? Are you meeting a friend "kaupungissa" or "kaupungilla"? Learn the difference between these words in this article!
Some place names will get -ssa added to them, others -lla. Learn how to answer the question "Missä asut?" in this blog post!