Finnish grammar
This article deals with the grammar of the Finnish language (the article "Finnish language" discusses the language in general and contains a quick overview of the grammar). For the ways in which the s...
Finnish noun cases
Finnish nouns (including pronouns and numerals) as well as any modifying adjectives, superlatives or comparatives, can be declined by a large number of grammatical cases, which are detailed here. See ...
Finnish verb conjugation
Verbs in the Finnish language can be divided into six main groups depending on the stem type, both for formal analysis and for teaching the language to non-native speakers. All six types have the sam...
Finnish numerals
Numbers in Finnish are highly systematic, but can be irregular.
The ordinary counting numbers (cardinals) from 0 through 10 are given in the table below. Cardinal numbers may be inflected and some...
Finnish locative system
The Finnish language has eight locative cases, and some Eastern dialects symmetrify the system with the exessive case. These can be classified according to a three-way contrast of entering, residing ...
Frequentative
In grammar, a frequentative form (abbreviated freq. or fr.) of a word is one which indicates repeated action. The frequentative form can be considered a separate, but not completely independent word, ...