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Hi, Just out of interest if you were to say to someone, "I ask, Who are you?"
Would that be "Es jautā, kas tu esi?" or something else.
I am not sure even in Lithuanian, which I am learning - I think in Lithuanian it is something like "Aš klausu, Ar Kas tu esi" but I am not sure
Paldies un Ačiū
luap wrote:Labai Ačiū mantaz, Tu esi Lordo - AČIŪ
(I say Lordo as it is genetive of Lordas)
Lastly is "I know" Aš žinu or Aš Žinotu or Aš Žiniu - I dont think it is the second
luap wrote:In English we use "lord" to say you are a good person - I supose your version would be something like Tu esi gerai tautą
(Accusative is probably wrong here - but I am unsure of what case you would put when describing people as good?)
I think my problem is that I have never learn't cases, being English we never need them for English - And even my Italian or French has never needed it.
That therefore explains why I end up mudering the Lithuanian Language when ever I try and speak it!
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