Guest wrote:Thank you very much for the answer, frany71. I'm learning little Estonian because I'll go to the country in summer.
What's the "rule" in plural nouns?
A house - maja
The house - maja
Houses - ??
The houses - ??
A car - auto
The car - auto
Cars - autod (?)
The cars - autod (?)
What's the "rule"?
Guest wrote:Here I am again. A new question.
The word "but" in Estonian?
Example, "This is my house, BUT that over there is yours."
And the pronouns in Estonian?
I know the personal pronouns in subjecitve: I, you, he/she/it ... mina/ma, sina /sa etc...
But I don't know the objective personal pronouns in Estonian:
the possesive pronouns:
I can't find something about this on the internet, so I ask here on this very good forum.
Fixed somefrany71 wrote:Nominative / genitive / Partitive
mina/ma - minu/mu - mind
sina/sa - sinu/su - sind
tema/ta - tema/ta - teda
meie/me - meie/me - meid
teie/te - teie/te - teid
nemad/nad - nende - neid
http://www.cusd.claremont.edu/~tkroll/verbs.html wrote:Personal pronouns have 2 forms. A long form when you want to emphasize the pronoun and a short form when you want to empasize the rest of the action.
mina -- ma 'I'
sina -- sa 'you'[sing.]
tema -- ta 'he/she/it'
meie -- me 'we'
teie -- te 'you' [plural/formal]
nemad -- nad 'they'
Anonymous wrote:frany71 wrote:My name is ... Minu nimi on...
Why not "Minu nimi OLEN..." , since it is "ma olen".. ??
Absynth wrote:i also have two sentences to translate (i would be very grateful if you would help me, as i couldn't look it up anywhere)however both sentences are just for fun...i have a new estonian classmate (an exchange student, a girl) and id like to show off, and be humorous at the same time (i hope you understand what i mean)
1.will you come and have a deep (thorough) look at the ceiling of my room?
2.would you like to have breakfast at me?
thx in advance
Loiks wrote:But, szeretek Magyarországot, especially the city of Pécs!
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