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14.12. Conjugate Verbs in Finnish – verbityypit


Conjugation means changing a verb to express tense as in present: I love, or past: I loved. Verbs conjugate also in person. This means, that in English I love (no -s), She loves (yes -s). In Finnish there is an ending to all personal pronouns: I, you / both singular and plural,  he/she, we and they. All verbs are conjugated according to rules that cover six types of stems.

We will study the different kinds of infinitive forms. And you will learn to “change” the verb according to the subject.  Once you recognize the type of the infinitive, you will parties to do this the other way: You will find the infinitive of words, that have been conjugated.




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