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Finnish adjectives

The three degrees of comparison for Finnish adjectives - an introduction.

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Colours in Finnish - värit suomeksi. In this blog post, you'll learn some basic colours, and I'll also talk about how you can "describe" a colour - how to say "dark" blue, "light" green, "mint green" etc. Audio included!
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The colours in Finnish - värit suomeksi — Finking Cap

Colours in Finnish - värit suomeksi. In this blog post, you'll learn some basic colours, and I'll also talk about how you can "describe" a colour - how to say "dark" blue, "light" green, "mint green" etc. Audio included!

It's often the most common words that cause confusion. The Finnish word 'koti' means 'home', and here are some tips on how to use the word. For more Finnish study materials, visit my website and blog. Don't forget to sign up for my free resource library!

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It's often the most common words that cause confusion. The Finnish word 'koti' means 'home', and here are some tips on how to use the word. For more Finnish study materials, visit my website and blog. Don't forget to sign up for my free resource library!

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Body parts in Finnish 2

The Finnish personal pronouns for beginners

Are you a beginner in Finnish? Check out these 3 forms for the personal pronouns. Trust me, you will need them.

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'Nähdä' is one of the rare exceptions in Finnish verbs. It is verb type 2 but it doesn't quite follow the "rule". If you want to learn the Finnish verb types, check out my online course where I explain them all in detail - a great way to make sure you have a good base for learning more complicated verb structures!

The Finnish Verb Type Course

'Nähdä' is one of the rare exceptions in Finnish verbs. It is verb type 2 but it doesn't quite follow the "rule". If you want to learn the Finnish verb types, check out my online course where I explain them all in detail - a great way to make sure you have a good base for learning more complicated verb structures!

The Finnish verb juosta (to run) is a rare exception - it's verb type 3 but the stem doesn't follow the usual verb type 3 rule. If you want to learn more about the Finnish verb types, have a look at my online verb type course that you can study on your own whenever, wherever.

The Finnish Verb Type Course

The Finnish verb juosta (to run) is a rare exception - it's verb type 3 but the stem doesn't follow the usual verb type 3 rule. If you want to learn more about the Finnish verb types, have a look at my online verb type course that you can study on your own whenever, wherever.

The Finnish verb juosta (to run) is a rare exception - it's verb type 3 but the stem doesn't follow the usual verb type 3 rule. If you want to learn more about the Finnish verb types, have a look at my online verb type course that you can study on your own whenever, wherever.

The Finnish Verb Type Course

The Finnish verb juosta (to run) is a rare exception - it's verb type 3 but the stem doesn't follow the usual verb type 3 rule. If you want to learn more about the Finnish verb types, have a look at my online verb type course that you can study on your own whenever, wherever.

The Finnish verb juosta (to run) is a rare exception - it's verb type 3 but the stem doesn't follow the usual verb type 3 rule. If you want to learn more about the Finnish verb types, have a look at my online verb type course that you can study on your own whenever, wherever.

The Finnish Verb Type Course

The Finnish verb juosta (to run) is a rare exception - it's verb type 3 but the stem doesn't follow the usual verb type 3 rule. If you want to learn more about the Finnish verb types, have a look at my online verb type course that you can study on your own whenever, wherever.