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|English to Finnish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: We swam|
|Any other examples like this would be great.|
(In need of intransitive Finnish sentences)
|Finnish translation:Me uimme|
We = me
swim = uida
swam = uimme -past tense
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"We swam" in popular speech, as in "What did you do? We swam".
Grammatically speaking, "uimme" would be more exact.
"uitiin" passive imperfect form, "uimme" active indicative imperfect, 1st person plural.
CD-Perussanakirja (1997) Oy Edita Ab
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