Lithuanian grammar is the study of rules governing the use of the Lithuanian language. Lithuanian grammar retains many archaic features from Proto-Indo European that have been lost in other Indo-European languages, and is consequently very complex.
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... it was raining." Some common conjunctions in Lithuanian are ir - and bet - but ar - used to start a question, but can also mean "or" jei - if kad - that (not the ...
... The Lithuanian language is a highly inflected language in which the relationships between parts of speech and their roles in a sentence are expressed by numerous inflections ... There are two grammatical genders in Lithuanian – feminine and masculine ... In older Lithuanian texts three additional varieties of the locative case are found illative, adessive and allative ...
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“Like everything metaphysical the harmony between thought and reality is to be found in the grammar of the language.”
—Ludwig Wittgenstein (18891951)