Description: Lithuanian Phrases - Learn Lithuanian Speaking APK

Packagecom.baonguyen.snacks.phrasebook.lithuanian
Version1.0 (1)
UpdatedApr 06, 2019 (12 months ago)
Release dateApr 06, 2019 (12 months ago)
Installs500
DeveloperSnack Apps
Emailbaonguyen.snacks@gmail.com
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Learn Lithuanian phrases for travel & live in Lithuanian speaking regions.

A free, offline and comprehensive phrasebook for Lithuanian language.
All 86 topics are free, no in-app purchases, no subscription required.

Learn Lithuanian words & phrases for travel & live in Lithuanian speaking regions.

- Over 1700 phrases and words in more than 80 categories.
- All sounds were recorded in high quality by native Lithuanian speakers.​
- All phrases and words come with transcriptions for easy to learn.
- Built-in search: you can quickly search phrases in all categories.
- Copy, favourite, share your phrases.
- Work offline.


List of topics:

People, Family Members, Getting to know others, At school
Countries and Languages, Reading and writing, Numbers
The time, Days of the week, Yesterday – today – tomorrow, Months
Beverages, Activities, Colors, Fruits and food, Seasons and Weather
Around the house, House cleaning, In the kitchen
Small Talk, Learning foreign languages, Appointment
In the city, In nature, In the hotel – Arrival, In the hotel – Complaints
At the restaurant, At the train station
On the train, At the airport, Public transportation
En route, In the taxi, Car breakdown
Asking for directions, Where is ... ?, City tour
At the zoo, Going out in the evening, At the cinema, In the discotheque
Preparing a trip, Vacation activities, Sports, In the swimming pool
Running errands, In the department store, Shops, Shopping
Working, Feelings, At the doctor, Parts of the body
At the post office, At the bank
Ordinal numbers, Asking questions
Negation, Possessive pronouns, big – small
to need – to want to, to like something
to want something, to have to do something / must
to be allowed to, asking for something, giving reasons
Adjectives, Past tense, Questions – Past tense, Past tense of modal verbs
Imperative, Subordinate clauses: that, Subordinate clauses: if
Conjunctions, Double connectors, Genitive, Adverbs