I've been encountering Elsa and Anna separately, but now that they're put together, I'm finally sure that this is a Frozen reference.
No doubt about it hahaha
How would it be in Finnish? Arendellessa/ä? Arendelissa/ä?
Arendelissa. A is a back vowel. If you have a back vowel (A, O, U) in the word, the ending will also have a back vowel. If there aren't any back vowels, the ending will not have any either. :)
I see. Kiitos!
I was just about to comment the same thing .o.
They are building a snowman
Lol i'm a super fan of frozen see my profile picture
Ja tak samo. Patrzcie na moje zdjecie profilowe :D
Te olette is for plural form of you, only? Anna, missä te olette? would be wrong?
The formal you looks the plural you, yes. But using the formal you with a first name sounds as wrong in Finnish as calling someone by their first name in a formal situation would sound in English. :)
Whats the difference between te olette and sina olet ?
sinä is always only a single person; te is two or more people. :)
They're building a snowman