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Dive into Finnish on new courses

November 9, 2015

Good news! The Comprehensive Finnish course package is expanding. Now you can learn Finnish grammar on two new courses, Local Cases and Comparison of Adjectives.

Finnish grammar

Local Cases

Learn to use local cases correctly! In Finnish, local cases indicate both location and direction of movement. For example, the sentence “Matkustan junalla Tampereelta Helsinkiin” (I’m travelling by train from Tampere to Helsinki) contains three local cases.

Local cases appear in most sentences, so it is important to learn them. The course is well suited for beginners and intermediate learners.

Comparison of Adjectives

Comparison of adjectives comes in handy when you want to express your opinion on something. For example, “Tämä juna on nopein” (This train is the fastest) uses the adjective “nopea” in superlative.

On this course, you will learn many new adjectives and how to compare things. The course is suitable for intermediate and advanced learners.

P.S. The new courses are part of the Comprehensive Finnish course package, and they have already been added for the existing users.

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