Carlylarly wrote:Damn it, i am not a genius!!
tuulen wrote:Carlylarly wrote:Damn it, i am not a genius!!
Just remember the saying, that Finnish is not difficult but is just different.
tuulen wrote:Quite contrary to English, Finnish grammar has relatively few "exceptions to the rule", some but not many.
That helps to make learning Finnish much easier.
CH wrote:Edit: What makes it so much harder is that in Finnish you need the rules to get the sentences to make any sense what so ever. In for instance English you mostly need to get the word order right and people will... again, mostly... understand you. Do the same in Finnish and you are talking gibberish. Compare the barely legible English texts that is often posted here... you do get the point. Hop over to the Kielikoulu, and the posts there are fairly advanced, but people are still going "Huh???" as making grammatical errors can change the meaning totally (or just makes it sound like gibberish), where as in English grammatical errors make the sentence "not correct".
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