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The Finnish Verb NÄHDÄ
'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!
Sauna - Ancient Finnic Bathhouse by FinnicHerald on DeviantArt
Sauna is an ancient Finnic bathhouse that was warmed up by burning wood under a pile of rocks until the rocks and the sauna interiors were warm enough so people could comfortably remove their clothes inside. Originally saunas didn’t have chimneys. Saunas were preheated prior to use and the smoke was let out before entering. Nowadays a traditional sauna like this is called savusauna or smoke sauna.