Muse (dncingmalkavian) wrote in linguaphiles, 2014-04-19 22:27:00 Muse dncingmalkavian linguaphiles 2014-04-19 22:27:00 Previous Share Next Finnish speakers - which is right for which? Thank you for your help: Kiitos avustanneKiitos avustasiWhich of these is correct? Or if both are correct, for which situations or in which dialects? Kiitos! :) Tags: finnish Post a new comment Error Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post Anonymously switch LiveJournal Facebook Twitter OpenId Google MailRu VKontakte Anonymously default userpic Insert Bold Insert Italic Insert Underline Insert Strikethrough Insert Link Insert LJ User Insert Photo Insert Media Your reply will be screened Your IP address will be recorded Post a new comment Preview comment Help 2 comments mirha April 20 2014, 10:48:11 UTC 1 year ago Collapse Expand New comment Both are ok. Kiitos avustasi refers to only one person, and kiitos avustanne to two or more people. Kiitos avustanne can be used as a formal version and you can address only one people/organization with it to sound super polite. It's ok and very acceptable to say only kiitos avusta (without referring to the person). Reply New comment dncingmalkavian April 20 2014, 14:44:31 UTC 1 year ago Collapse Expand New comment Thank you so much! Reply New comment Post a new comment 2 comments oh__tsarevich wrote in linguaphiles: ←Are my Russian flashcards lying to me?! varyar wrote in linguaphiles: →Are there any folk familiar with the Wiltshire dialect of English?