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The state language is Lithuanian, which belongs to the Baltic branch of the Indo-European family. The Lithuanian lan­guage boasts the best-retained ancient vocalic system and a number of morphological pecularities, known only in extinct or no longer used lan­guages, such as Hittite, Ancient Greek or Sanskrit. Russian, Polish (and German in some areas) are also widely spoken. English is widely spoken in major cities.

Please note pronunciation:
'š' is pronounced as 'sh'
'č' is pronounced as 'ch' (for example, 'ch' in word 'cheque')

Labas rytas - Good morning
Laba diena - Good afternoon
Labas vakaras - Good evening
Labas - Hi
Ate! - Bye!
Ačiū - Thanks
Šūdas! (say: shoodas) - Shit!
Padėkit! - Help!
Aš noriu alaus ('š' is pronounced as 'sh') - I want some beer
Karočė - [untranslatable slang expression]


Edited byastukas on 21.07.2006 sigurdas on 03.01.2005 djalex on 05.07.2004

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