Discussion in 'Suomi (Finnish)' started by Vitalore, Dec 11, 2012.
Can these two be used as synonyms?
I'm sure one can find some nuances in the meaning in different contexts, but as a separate phrase like this outside of any specific context I would say that they are synonymous, yes.
It'd be cool to listen to what those nuances could be.
Those nuances could be for example:
Kalevan kisat viidennen kerran Lahdessa – The Kaleva games have been or will be for the fifth time in Lahti.
Kalevan kisat viidettä kertaa Lahdessa – The Kaleva games are going on for the fifth time in Lahti.
This is just my idea, not a general fact.
Separate names with a comma.