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Smile Learning Lietuviskai! - December 16th 2011, 08:59 AM

I'm studying for finals...pulling an all nighter, and in my wide-awake-on-adrenaline state I got the urge to share my latest ambition....learning how to speak fluent Lithuanian! My family roots come from Lithuania, so I set out a few months ago to start learning! Ir as kalbu lietuviskai! sort of...

If anyone knows a good resource that might help learning the language (it's not very mainstream :P) let me know! I've found a nice podcast series, but the more resources the better! I'm really serious about doing this!
   
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Re: Learning Lietuviskai! - December 19th 2011, 09:38 PM

Hello,

Good Luck on your finals and learning that new language. Learning a new language can always be a struggle.

Have you tried maybe rosetta stone? They are somewhat pricy but they really work!

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Re: Learning Lietuviskai! - December 20th 2011, 12:10 AM

Hey Tyler,
That's an awesome goal! I'd honestly never heard of that language before I read this, but that's really cool! Like Ashiteru suggested, you should try Rosetta Stone. They're on the expensive side, but they're the most reliable source you can find. Also, they're pure immersion, so it'll make it a better learning experience for you. Good luck!
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Re: Learning Lietuviskai! - December 21st 2011, 03:00 AM

Non-mainstream goals are totally awesome. "Mainstream" ones are too, but ones like yours especially deserve commending, because it is certainly on the more difficult side when there are less resources floating around. Good for you for the courage to take this up! Have you shared this with your family at all - perhaps they might have some ideas? Unfortunately, I don't know of any myself, but I wish you the best of luck (on your exams too ).


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Re: Learning Lietuviskai! - December 21st 2011, 08:47 AM

Thanks for the support guys!

Sadly, i haven't got anyone in my family who knows it =/ but I did talk to my brother, and he's interested in learning it with me, so when we're home on Christmas break our gift to ourselves is going to be to find a good immersion software program (checked - Rosetta Stone hasn't got one =/ )

Exams almost done; just physics (after this , yet again, all-nighter :P) ; I'm so excited!

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Re: Learning Lietuviskai! - December 24th 2011, 09:08 AM

Good luck with learning Lietuviskai. It may be a struggle at times, but if you put a lot of determination into it, then you'll learn it with no problem!

I wish you the best of luck in learning your new language.
   
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