Prašau / prašom

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Prašau / prašom

Postby Erpelmama » 2014-05-18, 7:39

What does "you're welcome" mean? "Prašau" or "Prašom"? My sources are telling me different things...
Ačiu labai in advance!

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Re: Prašau / prašom

Postby Varaleiva » 2014-05-18, 9:00

Erpelmama wrote:What does "you're welcome" mean? "Prašau" or "Prašom"? My sources are telling me different things...
Ačiu labai in advance!


prašau – "you're welcome, please" from your self
prašom – "you're welcome, please" from the name of your group people (family, friends, coworkers ...)

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Re: Prašau / prašom

Postby Rokas » 2014-05-21, 6:03

- Thank you!
- You're welcome!


translates to Lithuanian as

- Ačiū!
- Prašau / Prašom!


There is no difference whichever of the two (prašau/prašom) you choose. Gramatically, prašom is the plural verb form of prašau but that makes no difference in the context it's used.


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