Do you know when to use ostaa, ostaakseen, ostaen, ostaessa, ostettaessa, ostamassa, ostaminen, or ostaakseen? The 5 finnish infinitives are pretty cool!
Once you know the present tense, the imperfect and the perfect tens, it's time to move on to the plusquamperfect tense! Olin nukkunut, olimme opiskelleet.
The perfect tense and the imperfect both refer to things that happened in the past. Find out in this article what the difference is and how to form it!
The negative imperfect aka the negative past tense makes use of the negative verb (ei) and the -nut/-nyt/-neet ending. Find out how to use it here!
Verbtype 1 is usually the first verbtype you learn. On this page you can find information about how verb type 1 verbs are conjugated in Finnish.
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.
Learn your first Finnish verbs! This list is aimed at beginners who want to learn some verbs and use in combination with the verbtypes.
In this overview of the passives you can find the present passive, the past passive and the passive conditional all in one place!
One large group of Finnish words ending in an -s are the verb-based words ending in us-ukse. This includes for example words like "tarjous" (from tarjota).
The past tense - or the imperfect tense - is used for when something is completely over with. Find out how it is conjugated in Finnish right now!