Learn how to express the duration of timespans! How do you say "from January until March" and "from 8 AM to 5 PM"? This article explains it!
The word AIKA has two main functions: it's used to mean time and time periods, and also as an adverb of intensity (aika vaikea). Find out more here!
Find out the meaning and difference between the words viime, viimeinen, viimeksi and viimein with plenty of examples!
Sitten and silloin both mean "then". Find out what the difference is between the two so that you can start to use these words more accurately!
There are so many "ajanilmaukset" aka ways to express time, with all kinds of different phrases. In this article, we look at some example sentences.
Aamuisin, iltaisin, sekaisin, väkisin, kotoisin are all examples of adverbs ending in isin. These adverbs form a small but popular group.
There are many ways to ask about when something happened, how long it lasted, and when something is going to happen. This page contains the most popular questions related to time.
Tänään, huomenna, aina, joskus, iäti, ei koskaan, ajoittain, välillä, aikaisemmin, vielä, enää, iltaisin, kauan, etc. are adverbs of time. Learn more!
Mitä kello on? Mihin aikaan tavataan? Moneltako kokous alkaa? This page will give you some useful phrases for telling the time in Finnish!