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Dr. Vitkus yra jaunas, arne? -Dr. Vitkus is young, isn't he? Jis puikus zmogus, af ne? He is a fine man, isn't he? 2) With a positive word-question tiesa? '. This word can be used both after the positive statements and the negative statements. Ji5 niimas geras, tiesa? -His house is nice (good), is it not? Jis nieko nezino, tiesa? He knows nothing, does he? 3) With a negative question ar ne tiesa? ' Primarily, this is used after positive statements, but sometimes it occurs after negative sentences, or clauses.

Jis yra nek6ks zmogus, ar ne tiesa? He is not a very fine . h e.? 4 Megti versus patikti. 6 we described the usage of patikti. Megti can also be used for the same purpose, expressing a little more 'permanent' liking, a more intimate relationship, but this difference is actually very slim, very idiomatic. 53 I like Professor Vitkus: 1) Man patiiika profesorius Vitkus. 2) As megstu profesori'lf Vitk'lf. No. 1 would mean: I like him as a man, his appearance, etc. No. 2 - I like him as a professor, his way of lecturing, etc.

From this lesson on, the forms of the 1st person singular and 3rd prs. will be given with the infinitive. -English vocabulary. 2 Negation. The negative particle in Lithuanian is ne. It usually precedes that word which it negates. When it precedes a verbal form, then it is written together with the verb. It is also written together with adjectives and adverbs. It is usually not connected with nouns, unless the particle ne gives the noun the opposite meaning. Nera 'is not' is a contraction of ne yra.

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