A Finnish YouTube user might not know how to speak many languages, but she sure sounds like she can. In a video uploaded on Monday 19-year-old Sara mimics what different dialects sound like to her. As she moves from language to language, she makes absolutely no sense yet sounds as if she speaks it fluently.
juoksenella: to run aimlessly (pomppia pompiskella, ohittaa ohitella, avata availla, I have no idea how this construction works but this is my intuition)
juoksentelisin: I would run aimlessly, conditional
juoksentelisinko: would I run aimlessly, conditional, question
juoksentelisinkohan: I wonder if I would run aimlessly, conditional, question, uncertainty (e.g. syödä, söisinköhän, juoda: joisinkohan: I wonder if I should eat/drink etc.)
juoksentelisinkohan, juoksentelistkohan, juoksentelisikohan, juoksentelisimmekohan, juoksentelisittekohan, juoksentelisivatkohan
Other examples: Juopottelisinkohan, odottelisinkohan, ajattelisinkohan, ajaisimmekohan (1st person pl.), nukuttaisikohan (3rd pers sing.)
Sorry for all the typos, but I hope you get the idea.
Tove Marika Jansson ( 9 August 1914 – 27 June 2001) was a Swedish-speaking Finnish novelist, painter, illustrator and comic strip author. For her contribution as a children’s writer she received the Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1966. Jansson is best known as the author of the Moomin books for children. The first such book, The Moomins and the Great Flood, appeared in 1945, though it was the next two books, Comet in Moominland and Finn Family Moomintroll, published in 1946 and 1948 respectively, that brought her fame.