Hello I am Leland:
Hei, nimeni on Leland.
(Literally Hi/Hello, my name is Leland.)
The Finnish phrase corresponding to the English "hello" is "hyvää päivää", which means "hello" as well as "How are you?"
hello my aniseed cupcakes = hyvää päivää aniksensiemenvuokaleivokseni
"hei kulta" [translates to hello/hi love/sweetheart/darling.]
Terve means healthy. "Terve" is also informal way to say "Hello".
Both of these mean the same thing: Moi, Hei.
Hei kaunis. (Direct translation) Hei vaan kaunotar. (Sounds more laid back)
'Hello, how are you? My name is...' in Finnish is 'Hei / moi, mitä kuuluu / miten voit? Minun nimeni on / minä olen...'.
You say "Olen sairas." in Finnish.
For you is sinulle in Finnish.
How is miten in Finnish.
I am not Finnish. - (Minä) en ole suomalainen.
Finnish (the language) = "suomi" or "suomen kieli" A Finnish person= "suomalainen"
Terve kaverit or Moi kaverit or Hei kaverit Usually we don't say nothing more but the greetingword and the name. When we enter a group we say just one of the words...
Boring is tylsä in Finnish.
Black is musta in Finnish.