Lithuanian: A Comprehensive Grammar, 1st Edition - Meilutė Ramonienė, Joana Pribušauskaitė, Jogilė Teresa Ramonaitė, Loreta Vilkienė
Lithuanian: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference guide to modern Lithuanian grammar. It includes detailed treatment of all grammatical structures and parts of speech, and their semantic and grammatical categories: gender, number, case of nouns, adjectives, numerals and pronouns; degree of comparison of adjectives and adverbs; tense, mood, person, transitivity, aspect and voice of verbs.
The morphology chapters describe the formation, inflection and use of the different forms of every part of speech. Under syntax the syntactic relations and types of sentences, the expression of questions and negation, comparison, word order and interpolation are described. All grammatical phenomena are illustrated with examples from the modern language. Descriptions of phonetics and accentuation as well as orthography and punctuation are also included.
Lithuanian: A Comprehensive Grammar is an essential reference for learners and users of Lithuanian. It is suitable for independent study and use in schools, colleges, universities and adult classes of all types.
Lithuanian: A Comprehensive Grammar 1st Edition - About the Author
Meilute Ramoniene is a Professor and the Director of the Institute of Applied Linguistics at the University of Vilnius.
Joana Pribušauskaite is Lecturer in the Department of Lithuanian Studies at the University of Vilnius.
Jogile Teresa Ramonaite is Research Fellow at the Institute of the Lithuanian Language and Assistant Professor at the University of Vilnius.
Loreta Vilkiene is Associate Professor and the Head of the Department of Lithuanian Studies at the University of Vilnius.