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02-09-2013, 08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by wKetch22 View Post

I was looking on a site that I have been using, and they had one phrase "Auto on hopea" and they also wrote "kolikko on hopeaa"

So both mean silver, but why does one have two a's and one only have one? Was it just a typo or is there some rule
The first refers to the color of a car and the second to the substance of a coin. "The car is silver-colored" vs. "The coin consists of silver"

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