Had my third lesson of my course in finnish tonight. Can say that I'm really like "urge to learn"!
The hardest part so far must be the vowel harmony-also saw that someone posted a video about it, combined with the "inflection" when it's about questions. Like.. "tapaamme" = We meet
In a question, if i want to ask you if we would meet at 9pm, it would be like:
But if i ask you about if you're at your girlfriends house, for example, her name is Hanna (easier if the name ends with "a" then a consonant) :
"Oletko sinä Hannanin talossa?" < Not really sure about this..
Can some kindhearted finnish mies ja naiset try to give some good examples when I should just "continue" on the word itself when asking questions or start over. Hard to explain.
Oletko sinä kotona?
Originally Posted by Flappy
Someone get the popcorn eating smiley in here please.
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