Learn more about the plural translative case! It consists of the plural marker -i- with the case marker -ksi at the end.
The translative case comes with the ending -ksi. It is used for changes in state or transitions. Learn when to use it and how to form it now!
Minusta tuli onnellinen VERSUS Minä tulin onnelliseksi - Learn the difference between these two Finnish sentence types expressing change!
There are quite many verbs that require the translative for their complements. You can find examples of these translative verb rections on this page!
Translative verbs express a CHANGE in state or being: something becomes better, larger or faster. In Finnish we can use verbtype 6 verbs for this, but there are also e.g. -UTU- verbs that fulfill the same function.
"On tehtävissä", "on tehtävänä" and "vien tehtäväksi" are very interesting present passive participle sentence constructions. Learn more now!
The finaalirakenne uses the long form of the first infinitive. Learn when to use it as well as certain phrases it appears in!