Those words aren't so bad. I'm sure you can come up with worse.
OK. The basic city-level administrative unit is the municipality, or kunta
. It's time for municipal elections again this year. Election = vaalit
so municipal election = kunnallisvaalit.
I'm running as a candidate (ehdokas
) this year, so I'm a kunnallisvaaliehdokas
You're from Brazil. In Finnish that's Brasilia
. Nothing confusing about that. If you were Russian, you'd be from Venäjä
, which is a bit more tricky. If you were from the US, your country would be called American Yhdysvallat
. And if you were Finnish, your home country would be Suomi
and you'd speak suomi
Actually, those words aren't very hard. Here's a long-ish compound word: "kolmivaihekilowattituntimittari". There are longer ones out there, but this is one that I could imagine getting actual use in many different industries. (It's a technical word, though, so not in everyday use.)
I asked my girlfriend for a difficult word. Did you know that in Finnish, you can say "I wonder if we should run around" with one word: juoksentelisimmekohan
. And that's a word that you could imagine a little kid saying to another little kid if they're wondering whether or not it would be fun to start running around everywhere. (OK, I've never seen a small child who didn't think that the answer to that is always yes, but maybe they sometimes stop to think about it.)
Quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur.