"I am Otso."
Translation:Minä olen Otso.
Would there be a separate way to say "My name is..."? I will try to remember this for now as "Minä" corresponding to "my name" though I'm sure the etymology is completely unrelated, given the language family. But some of the word choices in the vowel sound examples in the first Tip seem to be English-like words?
Perhaps there could be two separate ones for the southern/Uusimaa dialect and then one for the most spoken northern dialect? Then specify where they are mostly used. I'm not a huge fan of the Uusimaa dialect (stadin slangi) in a learning context because they replace lots of words with their own (stadi, dösä, snadi, kundi, etc.). Learners would have to pick up a second set of words in that case, and it could be really confusing.
If I understand your question right, then you are asking how to write the letters that have the dots on the top of the letters? Those letters that have that in Finnish language is Ä and Ö (with small letters ä and ö). Sometimes seldom the letter Å (å) is used, but not in Finnish words. The question is then how you find them on your keyboard. That might be tricky if you use a phone app. In the computer version those letters should be beneath the place where you write.