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Postby Abavagada » 2006-04-26, 18:05

I am working on resources for Lithuanian on UniLang.

This is the alphabet and pronunciation guide.
Can someone please check it over and correct me on any mistakes?

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/alphabet.htm

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Postby Mantaz » 2006-04-27, 8:16

I think it's good :)

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-04-27, 19:15

I noticed that a few of the UniLang interactive resources that have Lithuanian aspects didn't have them accessible.

They included the drills, drill printer, hangman game, and matching game. I corrected this problem:

http://home.unilang.org/main/resources.php

These resources all use the MG database, which doesn't contain much Lithuanian (around 104 words, I think). If anyone wants to contribute, they can here:

http://home.unilang.org/mg/mgedit.php?l=en

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-05-08, 18:47

Does anyone know of some nouns that end in "i", to use as an example for second declension?

All I can find is "marti", which is "daughter-in-law, bride". I can't believe there is only noun in the language ending in "i".

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Postby luap » 2006-05-08, 20:10

Abavagada wrote:I am working on resources for Lithuanian on UniLang.

This is the alphabet and pronunciation guide.
Can someone please check it over and correct me on any mistakes?

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/alphabet.htm

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I thought that Ė was only long and couldn't sound like a - as only a, e, ę could sound like a

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luap wrote:
Abavagada wrote:I am working on resources for Lithuanian on UniLang.

This is the alphabet and pronunciation guide.
Can someone please check it over and correct me on any mistakes?

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/alphabet.htm

Thanks
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I thought that Ė was only long and couldn't sound like a - as only a, e, ę could sound like a


Is this true?

:?

Cheers :D

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Postby Mantaz » 2006-05-09, 5:42

luap wrote:
Abavagada wrote:I am working on resources for Lithuanian on UniLang.

This is the alphabet and pronunciation guide.
Can someone please check it over and correct me on any mistakes?

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/alphabet.htm

Thanks
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I thought that Ė was only long and couldn't sound like a - as only a, e, ę could sound like a


I don't think it's always right, but never read about it and can't come up with samples with short ė at the moment. :roll:

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-05-13, 19:14

I've been correcting and enhancing some of the grammar stuff I had created a few years ago, including adding the locative and vocative cases for nouns. I've seen the great job Mantaz did with the nouns in the uniwiki, and used it as well as a few other resources to correct my own noun charts. Could someone else please verify them for me?

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/nouns.htm

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-05-14, 18:31

Revised and corrected adjective tables:

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/adjectives.htm

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Postby Mantaz » 2006-05-14, 18:45

Abavagada wrote:Revised and corrected adjective tables:

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/adjectives.htm

Erik / Aba


Great job you have done here ;) Here are some fixes:

Adjectives
Plural masc. nom. puikūs
Plural masc. voc. puikūs

Nouns
3rd decl.
Sing. loc. akyje
Plur. loc. akyse, dantyse

5th decl.
Sing. gen. sesers

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-05-15, 0:37

Great! Thanks for the corrections!

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-05-18, 16:25

Now for the verb tables. I hope I got them all correct.
If not, please don't hesitate to shout.

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/verbs.htm

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Postby Mantaz » 2006-05-18, 17:07

Abavagada wrote:Now for the verb tables. I hope I got them all correct.
If not, please don't hesitate to shout.

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/verbs.htm

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This one is harder :)

Jausti (< *jauti) :arrow: aš jaučiu (< jautiu), tu jauti, jis/ji jaučia (<jautia> č is an often case in endings).

"manate" should be "manote"

mylėti :arrow: past tense aš mylėjau, tu mylėjai, jis/ji mylėjo, mes mylėjome.

Future tense is totally wrong.

aš dirbsiu, mylėsiu, mokysiu
tu dirbsi, mylėsi, mokysi
jis/ji dirbs, mylės, mokys
mes dirbsime, mylėsime, mokysime

Subjunctive
aš mylėčiau, mokyčiau
tu mylėtum, mokytum
jis/ji mylėtų, mokytų

mes dirbtume / dirbtumėme, mylėtume / mylėtumėme, mokytume / mokytumėme
jūs dirbtute / dirbtumėte, mokytute / mokytumėte, ...
...

For imperative
Tu mylėk
Jis/Ji/Jie Temyli / Lai myli
Mes mylėkime
Jūs mylėkite

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Postby Abavagada » 2006-05-18, 20:13

Thanks!
Oddly, most of the things you marked wrong were what I had in my original data, which I had then "corrected". I corrected those corrections. :)

Mantaz wrote:
Abavagada wrote:Now for the verb tables. I hope I got them all correct.
If not, please don't hesitate to shout.

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/verbs.htm

Erik / Aba


This one is harder :)

Jausti (< *jauti) :arrow: aš jaučiu (< jautiu), tu jauti, jis/ji jaučia (<jautia> č is an often case in endings).


Is there a better, "regular" verb I should use here?


Mantaz wrote:"manate" should be "manote"

mylėti :arrow: past tense aš mylėjau, tu mylėjai, jis/ji mylėjo, mes mylėjome.

Future tense is totally wrong.

aš dirbsiu, mylėsiu, mokysiu
tu dirbsi, mylėsi, mokysi
jis/ji dirbs, mylės, mokys
mes dirbsime, mylėsime, mokysime

Subjunctive
aš mylėčiau, mokyčiau
tu mylėtum, mokytum
jis/ji mylėtų, mokytų

mes dirbtume / dirbtumėme, mylėtume / mylėtumėme, mokytume / mokytumėme
jūs dirbtute / dirbtumėte, mokytute / mokytumėte, ...
...


Like I said, this is how I had them previously. Are their any rules that you know of for when to add an "s", "ės", "ys", etc? Also, I assume those changes (like ėj) are added to the "base" of the word, and are NOT part of the added endings, right?

Mantaz wrote:For imperative
Tu mylėk
Jis/Ji/Jie Temyli / Lai myli
Mes mylėkime
Jūs mylėkite


I added these now, but I am sure I made some mistakes in these as well.

I am sorry for being such a pain, and I appreciate all the help.

Ačiū,
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Postby Mantaz » 2006-05-18, 20:43

Abavagada wrote:Thanks!
Oddly, most of the things you marked wrong were what I had in my original data, which I had then "corrected". I corrected those corrections. :)

Mantaz wrote:
Abavagada wrote:Now for the verb tables. I hope I got them all correct.
If not, please don't hesitate to shout.

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/verbs.htm

Erik / Aba


This one is harder :)

Jausti (< *jauti) :arrow: aš jaučiu (< jautiu), tu jauti, jis/ji jaučia (<jautia> č is an often case in endings).


Is there a better, "regular" verb I should use here?


aš jaučiu, tu jauti, jis/ji jaučia, mes jaučiame, jūs jaučiate. I just stated the origin of those č.

Mantaz wrote:"manate" should be "manote"

mylėti :arrow: past tense aš mylėjau, tu mylėjai, jis/ji mylėjo, mes mylėjome.

Future tense is totally wrong.

aš dirbsiu, mylėsiu, mokysiu
tu dirbsi, mylėsi, mokysi
jis/ji dirbs, mylės, mokys
mes dirbsime, mylėsime, mokysime

Subjunctive
aš mylėčiau, mokyčiau
tu mylėtum, mokytum
jis/ji mylėtų, mokytų

mes dirbtume / dirbtumėme, mylėtume / mylėtumėme, mokytume / mokytumėme
jūs dirbtute / dirbtumėte, mokytute / mokytumėte, ...
...


Like I said, this is how I had them previously. Are their any rules that you know of for when to add an "s", "ės", "ys", etc? Also, I assume those changes (like ėj) are added to the "base" of the word, and are NOT part of the added endings, right?


mokyti = mok-y-ti
aš mok-y-s-iu
tu mok-y-s-i
jis/ji mok-y-s
mes (tu) + -me => mokysi + -me
jūs (tu) + -te.

as for j, it's a connecting part between vowels:

myl-ė-o => myl-ė-j-o

Mantaz wrote:For imperative
Tu mylėk
Jis/Ji/Jie Temyli / Lai myli
Mes mylėkime
Jūs mylėkite


I added these now, but I am sure I made some mistakes in these as well.

I am sorry for being such a pain, and I appreciate all the help.

Ačiū,
Erik / Aba


No problem, have a great evening ;)


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