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!
Take a look at this extensive list of all the Finnish postpositions and prepositions! You can order them as you wish in order to learn more!
Find out what the words yllä, ylle, yltä, yläpuolella, yläpuolelta, yläpuolelle, ylhäällä, ylhäältä, ylös and yli mean and how they differ from each other!
Puoli means HALF in Finnish, but that's not the only way to use it! Find out how to use "kaikin puolin", "ulkopuolella" and "puoliksi" and other phrases!
Thanks FOR the ride. This is FOR you. I voted FOR Kekkonen. Find out how to translate FOR to Finnish! (Kiitos kyydiSTÄ, tämä on sinuLLE, äänestin KekkosTA)
What's the difference between välissä and välillä? Mikä ero on sanojen välillä? Välillä on vaikeaa valita. Learn the semantical difference between the two!
There are many adverbs of location: täällä, tuolla, kotona, perillä, kylässä, sieltä, kaukaa, alas, ylös and many more. Learn what they mean in this article!
Postpositions are definitely more common in Finnish, but there are some Finnish prepositions as well. In addition, some words can be both!
If you understand the basics of postpositions, this is the right place for you Learn about the inflection of postpositions in the mistä and mihin form!
Finnish has a lot of postpositions. Especially the concrete ones that are related to where something is situated are important, but there are many more!