Loiks wrote:to Kristjan: "Im going to learn Estonian this summer" would be:
Ma kavatsen sel suvel eesti keelt õppida. (partitive)
Ma õpin sel suvel eesti keele ära. (I learn Estonian this summer [and it's learned then, (megtanul?)], genitive)
Õpi eesti keel ära! (Learn Estonian! nominative)
My problem is that I haven't got any Estonian grammar book, so I have to find one to learn the grammar properly. I am not a grammar expert, but it seems to me the partitive case indicates uncertainty, and the action can be without any result. The genitive is used to indicate that the action is completed.
Yes, that's megtanulni (when something's learnt). Do you speak Hungarian?Loiks wrote:and it's learned then, (megtanul?)]