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Ką tu?

Ką tu?

Usually in informal situations we use “Ką tu?” instead of “Kaip sekasi?” or “Ką veiki?”. Sometimes you can hear “ką tu, ką tu” which doesn’t mean anything, but goes together with complement and emphasize it. -Ką tu? -Nieko, o ką tu? -What’s up? -Nothing, and […]

Tai

Tai

We have very used word which can confuse you. Most of the time it means “it”: -Man tai patinka. -I like it. -Tai nėra svarbu. -It’s not important. But in conversational Lithuanian it can drive you crazy. It likes to go with “nu” and “kad”. […]

Nu

Nu

Sometimes it feels that you need to know only one word in order to speak Lithuanian fluently. This word is “nu”. If you would like to feel less Russian influenced, use “na”. It’s hard to say what does it mean. It means everything and nothing! […]