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Dictionary Finnish English: i

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PRON  I | me | my ... 
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NOUN   an I | Is
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kem. jodi {noun} <I>iodine <I>
velkakirja {noun}IOU <I owe you>
2 Words: Others
(mä) oon [puhe.]I am
(minä) olenI am
Valitettavasti...I'm afraid ...
Ikävä kyllä...I'm afraid ...
Minulla on kylmä.I'm cold.
Minulla on vilu.I'm cold.
Minulla on vilu.I'm freezing.
Olen eksynyt.I'm lost.
Minulla on jano.I'm thirsty.
2 Words: Nouns
teks. putkineulos {noun}i-cord
3 Words: Others
Minulla on kylmä.I am cold.
Minulla on vilu.I am cold.
sanonta Hyvää kuuluu.I am OK.
Minä uskon sinua / teitä.I believe you.
Olen...-sta /-ltaI come from ...
Ihan sama.I don't care.
En ymmärrä.I don't understand.
Minulla on kylmä.I feel cold.
Minulla on vilu.I feel cold.
Minä asun ...I live in ...
Rakastan sinua.I love you.
Lasken vain leikkiä.I'm just kidding.
Saanko esitellä,...May I introduce ...
4 Words: Others
Olen kotoisin Itävallasta.I am from Austria.
Anteeksi kuinka?I beg your pardon?
Enpä usko.I don't think so.
Olen vieras täällä.I'm a stranger here.
Minulla on kiire.I'm in a hurry.
Minulla on kiire.I'm in a rush.
Olen jo matkalla!I'm on my way!
5+ Words: Others
Unverified Haluatteko jättää hänelle viestin?Can I take a message for him / her?
Miten pääsen sinne?How do I get there?
Anteeksi, en ymmärtänyt (sitä).I'm sorry, I didn't get / catch that.
Miten voin palvella?What can I do for you?
 
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