Today I noticed the Verbix server doesn’t work :-(. Fortunately this blog is hosted on another server, as are also Spanish and Portuguese verb conjugators.
Hopefully the main site will be fixed soon, so that you can conjugate verbs of all the other 100+ languages…
Finland is a country with two official languages: Finnish and Swedish. Swedish is spoken mostly on the coastal areas, including the capital Helsinki (Finnish) / Helsingfors (Swedish).
Because Helsinki/Helsingfors is a bilingual town, all the placenames are shown in two languages. Sometimes there are mistakes, however, that can mislead people.
The picture at right was taken in Kronohagen, Helsinfors. Kulosaari as shown on the shield is Brändö in Swedish. So either Finnish or Swedish speaking cyclists will find themselves in wrong place 😉