Finnish partitive plural
Are you familiar with the Finnish cases? This video (and interactive exercise) is about the Finnish partitive plural (monikon partitiivi in Finnish) in example sentences. Just listen to the sentences, pause the video and repeat them after me if you like. Don’t think about the grammar too much. The goal is to help you get used to hearing the partitive plural. The Finnish partitive can be tricky both in the plural and in the singular but with enough examples, you'll get familiar with it soon.
Learn the Finnish cases
The Finnish partitive, the genitive, the local cases... oh, and the partitive plural, the genitive plural and also the different word types! Finnish is a wonderful language and there's always something new to discover. If you have already learned the basics of Finnish and you wish to understand the Finnish cases a little better AND you would like to have someone explain them to you in English, then this course is perfect for you.
5 things about the Finnish language beginners should know
This video will teach you 5 essential things about the Finnish language that you MUST know when you start learning Finnish. It's a beautiful language, and these 5 things make learning it a fascinating journey!
If you've been looking for a place to practise the Finnish cases at your own pace, this is the place for you. Come and learn how the Finnish cases work. You can do it! I'll walk you through it. Guaranteed lightbulb moments over here!
Takana, taakse or takaa?
Did you know that the Finnish words 'takana', 'taakse' and 'takaa' all mean 'behind'? Find out more in my blog, where the shy little elf will show you how to use the Finnish words taakse, takana and takaa. Listening and spelling practice included!