olen, oon = I am;
olet, oot = you are;
on = is
So is "hän" used for both he and she? and when you're having a conversation with someone and you use hän, how will the other person know if you mean he or she?
Yes "hän" means he and she because the finnish lamguage doesn't have genders.
l'homme - mies
la femme - nainen
You only use "hän" after you said it once.
Do you see the big man? He is my father.
Näetkö suuren miehen?
Hän on isäni.
oh okay, thank you!
Olen, Oon, Am
Olet, oot, Are
On, oo, Is
Am I right?...
Yes, but "oo" is used in negative only, such as:
"is not" = "ei oo"
"I don't have" = "mulla ei oo"
what's the difference between "hän" and "se"?
Hän refers to people, whereas se refers to anything else. (In colloquial language, you might often hear se be used for people too and hän/hää for animals in some rare occasions.)
"Hän" is used usually of people, "se" is used of objects and things. for instance
Hän on hauska = He/She is funny
Se on suuri = it is big
Hän on tuolla = he/she is there
se on outoa = it is weird
It's similar to Indonesian, she and he covered by one word, Dia (pronounce like Día in Spanish)