So we can omit Sinä?
Yes. Because of the verb endings in 1st and 2nd person singular you don't have to have the pronoun as well.
(Minä) olen: (-n)
(Sinä) olet: (-t)
(Me) olemme (-me)
(Te) olette (-te)
Whoops, meant to write singular AND plural.
Correct—”olet” already implies the second-person pronoun.
"You are Finnish-ed"
After this course I will be
first suggestion is are you while the second is you are, but you are is the correct answer.
To turn Finnish verbs into questions, depending on the vowel harmony, you add the suffix -ko or -kö at the end of the verb. In this instance, "oletko suomalainen?" would have been the question you considered.
There isn't a question mark so you could have known it wasn't the first option.
! : suomalainen = a Finn ???
Exactly, why "finn" is not accepted?
Couldn't one say are you finnish ?
Are you Finnish? = Oletko suomalainen?
... nah I am Danish
I got this as translation for a listening exercise with "Olen suomalainen."