The spoken language form of "he menevät" is "ne menee". While spoken language can be hard to learn, at least this part of it is easy!
The "many meanings" series consists of articles related to one single word and its different meanings. Some verbs just mean many different things!
This article deals with the following verbs: Osata, saada, voida, pystyä and kyetä. It goes over their differences and uses in some detail.
The verb kestää is interesting because of its wide variety of meanings. It's a pretty common verb, so it's definitely worth getting more familiar with.
Finnish has many verbs that are translated as just "to play" in English: pelata, leikkiä, soittaa and näytellä. Learn the difference here!
Koeajaa, allekirjoittaa, esipestä, yliarvioida, irtisanoa and ylläpitää are compound verbs. Let's take a look at what kind of verbs they are!
Are you feeling excited, happy, thankful, fortunate or amused? Learn the Finnish names of positive emotions in this article!
If you want to learn how to talk about making food in Finnish, you will need a whole bunch of cooking verbs. Here's a good list to start with!
Here's a list of some basic partitive verbs. Partitive verbs require the noun they're attached to to appear in the partitive case.