Hei!

I signed up to these forums so I could ask about something that I don't entirely understand. I was learning a handful of words when I decided to start learning about finnish grammar.

But, basically, I'm having trouble understanding what defines finite and non-finite verbs. The finnish grammar book I'm reading said that finite verbs are "personal," while non-finite are not. A website I stumbled across told me that non-finite don't have tense while finite do.

I'd love if someone here could help me make sense of them, I'm quite confused.

Thanks, Yix.