Fri, 14 September 2007
Are you familiar with the Lithuanian version of Wikipedia? It's called Vikipedija. You should take a look. Even if you're a novice learner of Lithuanian you'll find it interesting. Take a look at the photos and descriptions. Vikipedija's address is listed below. Enjoy!
In today's lesson we learn some new greetings.
Sveika! health! (to a female)
Check out the Lithuanian version of Wikipedia. Here's the homepage address:
email Raminta and Jack at: email@example.com
Interesting. It was a guy from Birzai we met while we were in Vilnius who said Klaipėda the way I mentioned. I guess it might just be individual or regional accents. Like ich in German. I will check out Raminta\'s book. I\'m sure I can\'t read it either. I can\'t even really read my copy of Enciklopedija Vaikams Apie Lietuvą yet.
Hey Jack. So, we\'re curious. Since Raminta is in Lithuania signing books, what kind of book has she written? The lessons have been great so far. Here\'s someting I\'d like to know. Is there any way to tell if the ai combination is pronounced as it is in gerai or as it is in Klaipėda. (The former sounds more like an American long A to me, and the latter sounds more like a long I.) Thanks!