How do you know when to use ‘mikä’ and when to use ‘mitä’ in a question: “____” se on?
The answer has to do with the partitive. If I’m expecting the answer to be in the partitive (don’t worry, you will learn this on my course), then I can use ‘mitä’ because that’s the partitive form of ‘mikä’.
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This video is part of my Finnish case online course which is available inside the Finking Cap Club, where I publish new Finnish language courses and content regularly.
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