Is "Äiti" a usual way to address your mom? Or does it sound overly formal or almost rude as calling your mom "Mother" in English?
It's perfectly normal and can be used by children and adults alike.
But can i translate aiti as mum or mummy or is it clearly more formal as tom suggests? The system hit me for using "mummy"
"äiti" is used by (almost) everyone in formal and informal way, so mom, mommy, moter etc. are correct
Can someone explain why it isnt Missä on Musti? I still have no idea how the prepositions are supposed to work here
I missä Musti, so where is it?
Most likely selling hats in a tree.