How to say tomorrow in Finnish: huomenna

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How to say tomorrow in Finnish: huomenna

Learning Finnish for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say tomorrow in Finnish: huomenna
Say it out loud: “hu oh men nah

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Some more helpful words in our Finnish Time category:

business hours – aukioloajat  (ow kih oh loh ayat)
day after tomorrow – ylihuomenna  (ilih hu oh men nah)
days – päivää  (pie vaah)
last night – viime yönä  (vee meh ih oh nah)
later – myöhemmin  (mioh hem min)
minutes – minuuttia  (mi noot tia)
months – kuukautta  (coo cowt tah)
next time – ensi kerralla  (en sih kehr rahl lah)
one hour – (yksi) tunti  (ixi tuhn tih)
this evening – tänä iltana  (ta nah ill ta nah)
this morning – tänä aamuna  (ta nah aah mu nah)
today – tänään  (tan aan)
tomorrow – huomenna  (hu oh men nah)
two hours – kaksi tuntia  (kaxih tuhn tia)
weeks – viikkoa  (veeck koh ah)
when? – koska?  (cohs kah?)
years – vuotta  (voo ottah)
you got the time? – Paljonko kello on?  (Pahl yon coh kehl loh on?)

And here’s how to say tomorrow in other languages!

Arabic–Ghadan  (ga dan)
Chinese–Míngtiān  (Ming Tyen)
Croatian–sutra  (sue truh)
Czech–zítra  (ZEE trah)
Finnish–huomenna  (hu oh men nah)
French–Demain  (due mahn (faint n))
German–morgen  (mawr gun)
Italian–Domani  (doe mahn ee)
Japanese–Ashita  (Ah Shee Tah)
Korean–Naeil  (Nae Il)
Polish–jutro  (yoo' troh)
Portuguese–Amanhã  (ah man yahn)
Russian–zavtra  (zah ftrah)
Spanish–mañana  (mahn yahn' uh)
Swahili–kesho  (keh shoh)
Swedish–i morgon  (ee MORR-on)
Thai–Phrung Ni  (proong nee)
Turkish–yarin  (yuh rin)
Vietnamese–Ngày Mai  (Ngay My)

I'll be arriving "tomorrow" (huomenna). Imagine not being able to communicate this to your host simply because you did not know the Finnish equivalent! Luckily, our instant access to the Finnish Language Set has you covered!

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