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Juokse = Run (as in a command), Juoksennella = to run around aimlessly.
Juoksentelisin = I would run around aimlessly (-isin means that we're talking about "I" here, and it also includes the "would" in the -tel- part combined with the -isin.) ((it would be "juoksentelen" if the person was doing it right now))
Juoksentelisinko = Would I run around aimlessly? (-ko signifies that the person is not sure and asks a question, "Would I?"
Juoksentelisinkohan = I wonder if I should run around aimlessly? (it looks unreal that a simple -han could add this much stuff but yeah, it does. The word can also mean "I wonder if I WOULD run around aimlessly?")
In a same fashion you can say, for example, "rakentelisinkohan?". (Rakentaa = to build. Rakentelisinkohan = I wonder if I should/would build (something) randomly/aimlessly?"
And that's Finnish for you. Don't ask how native Finns learn that shit, I'm not even sure myself.


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6th March 2014

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1 year ago #9433365        
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I love finnish. I really want to learn it.. And now I will KALSARIKÄNNIT to honour your wonderful language.

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Tihru

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1 year ago #9462997        
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https://media.riemurasia.net/albumit/mmedia/42/pz/ijh/441785/1397871603.jpg
This says it all..

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bordelo

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1 year ago #9442232        
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My super Power: Speak finish perfectly

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1 year ago #9433373        
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@Arkticus In German we have Donau­dampfschifffahrts­elektrizitäten­hauptbetriebswerk­bauunterbeamten­gesellschaft (80 letters), Rindfleisch­etikettierungs­überwachungs­aufgaben­übertragungs­gesetz (a name of a law) and Grundstücks­verkehrs­genehmigungs­zuständigkeits­übertragungs­verordnung (also an official order). I love those long words :D

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P3rk3le

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9 months ago #9502915        
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OH. MY. GOD. FINLAND SAID SOMETHING.

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1 year ago #9440750        
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Kokko kokoo koko kokko kokoon, Finnish is real versatile language.
It sound fantastic: Alavilla mailla hallanvaara
And Finnish sound really much Japanese: Hajosiko takakumi, and Narisiko kakarasi

Yes, i love Finnish language!



1 year ago #9416008        
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When i was a language student with EF, one of my classmates from Finland taught me a really good word: Kalsarikännit. He told me that it meant, sitting at home getting drunk, while only wearing underwear. I looked it up afterwards, and it is comprised by two words: the word for underwear, and the word for drunk xD



2 months ago #9585915        
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WE should have one word for that?



4 months ago #9556572        
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Finland said something!
Also... wow. how do young Finnish people remember all these rules??



11 months ago #9482252        
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The Finnish language is really pretty. I want to learn it, but It's hard for me.



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