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Interactive Exercises – Koronavirus Harjoituksia

Welcome to these interactive coronavirus exercises! Tule tekemään koronavirus harjoituksia! These are currently open to anyone who wants to use them.

Do you want more interactive exercises about different topics? People who support Uusi kielemme on Patreon get access to many more of this type of content!

Exercise 1: From level A1.3

Drag the words into a suitable sentence!

Prior knowledge:

Exercise 2: From level A2

Drag the words into a suitable sentence!

Prior knowledge:

Exercise 3: From level A2.1

Drag the words into a suitable sentence!

Prior knowledge:

Exercise 4: From level A1.3

Put the verbs in the singular imperative!
Prior knowledge:

Exercise 5: From level A1.3

Put the verbs in the singular imperative!
Prior knowledge:

Exercise 6: From level A1.3

Drag the passive verbs into suitable sentences!
Prior knowledge:

Exercise 1: From level B1

Inflect the words in the right case!

Prior knowledge:

No niin! Teit monenlaisia koronavirus harjoituksia! Do you want more interactive exercises about different topics? People who support Uusi kielemme on Patreon get access to many more of this type of content!

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Finn-ish

“Nyt ei kannata mennä…”
kannata ???
Shouldn’t that be kannattaa?

Also “Nyt ei kannata mennä töihin eikä kouluun” is 100% equal to “Also “Nyt ei kannata mennä kouluun eikä töihin”, but the first version is detected as an error.

Finn-ish

Oops… negation. My mistake… (the comment about word placement in the interactive section is still valid though).

Finn-ish

One last comment: My comments were not criticism, rather light QA in order to maybe improve the end result. I haven’t visited this site in a few years and was surprised and impressed to see how much it has grown.

Thank you very much for all the content and the hard work. This used to me my go-to website when I started learning Finnish (still have a long way, obviously), and I came back now to refresh some grammar. Great site!

Inge (admin)

Thanks for the encouraging words!

Yes, “ei kannata” was correct.

As you noticed, “kouluun” and “töihin” should indeed be interchangeable, but the plugin I used to make these exercises doesn’t allow for that unfortunately. I’ve taken that into account in other exercises as much as possible.