Learn more Finnish vocabulary! In this article you can find words ending in -nen which are loanwords! Opi sivistyssanoja!
Learn more about the etymology of ancient Baltic and Germanic loanwords in Finnish! Enjoy his little trip into the history of the Finnish language.
How much Finnish spoken language vocabulary do you know? Are you looking to expand said vocabulary? Here's a small overview!
Tviitata, googlata, zumbata, skipata and stressata all look like English verbs. You can find out more about loanverbs from English in this article!
VENATA, DYYKATA, HOKSATA and DUUNATA are just a few of the Finnish -ATA verbs borrowed from Swedish. Learn more about their origin right here!
Should you say elefantti or norsu? Filmi or elokuva? Klovni or pelle? Printteri or tulostin? Learn some more about the different types of loanwords!
Roskis, futis, depis and kirppis are spoken language words ending in -is. Add these to your vocabulary and learn how to inflect them in the cases!
Words that end in -i can be confusing in finnish. Learn now how old words versus new words behave when you put the in the partitive and other cases!
The Finnish language has several types of words that end in -is, which have their own way of being inflected into the cases. Find out more here!
There are quite a few Indo-European loanwords in the Finnish language. These Finnish loanwords are easy to learn, but be careful with the pronounciation!