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Category:Finnish passive present participles

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The Finnish passive present participles have three meanings:

1: something that is being or is usually done
2: something that can be done: ajaa (to drive) → ajettava (drivable).
3: something that has to be done

The structure olla + passive present participle corresponds the verb have to/must in English:

Minun on ajettava (I have to/must drive).

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