Not really though eh? ;)
Well most of the time yes. While white lies may be used from time to time, walking around telling lies in Finland is social suicide - your reputation is tarnished and there's no undo.
I put "Suomalainen ihminen" instead of only "suomalainen" is it actually wrong to refer to a person or just a fault in the Finnish course currently?
You can say "suomalainen ihminen", but that's uncommon or it often has a certain vibe to it. It can be quite common in the literary style of causerie, for example.
It's not wrong, it's just uncommon. Should've been accepted, especially since the course sometimes demands the extra noun.
"suomalainen" is correct, because here it is a noun.
How do you pronounce "rehellinen"?
Pronounce the r like the spanish r (vibrating your tongue) but a little softer. After that just read it as it's written.
As it's written :)
Just wanted to pop in and pat myself on the back for getting this one right.