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09:00 Apr 20, 2000
English to Finnish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase:My Dentist (male and female)
Do you say "my dentist" the same way regardless of gender? Thank you!
Explanation: minun = my
hammas = tooth
lääkäri = doctor, physician
-ni = possessive suffix for 'minun'
'minun' is optional in most cases:
Hammaslääkärini sanoi, että... My dentist said that...
Minun hammaslääkärini on parempi kuin sinun. My dentist is better than yours.
xxxLokari Canada Local time: 08:09 Native speaker of: Finnish PRO pts in pair: 28