Wed, 14 November 2007
In August of 2007, Denmark and Lithuania removed their combat troops from Iraq. The Lithuanians were withdrawn from the southern city of Basra where they’d been under Danish command.
We already learned how to use the genitive case or kilmininkas with feminine nouns.
Ignas Ignas, a man’s name, short for Ignacas
In the genitive case or kilmininkas, masculine nouns change like this…
So, let’s do some examples, please repeat, prašom pakartoti…
Excellent! Now, I’d recommend you go over the genitive case lessons a few times until you’re familiar with each word’s ending. You’ll be seeing much more of the genitive in the future. As a matter of fact, the genitive is the most used declension in Lithuanian after the nominative declension.