Lithuanian language

To study a language that is spoken by about 3 million reserved Lithuanians who manage to describe completely different things with “nu”, “nu nu”, “nu ką?”? And all of this just to be able to order the famous pink soup and have conversations with Lithuanians about their country’s potato heritage and basketball…

Lithuanian, together with Latvian, is the oldest and the only surviving Baltic language, although in the past there were many more: Prussian, Jotvingian, and Curonian, as well as other languages. The Lithuanian language is interesting because of its variety of sounds. There is a constant change of voiced and voiceless consonants, a range of sibilants that might be rather strenuous for some to pronounce. In addition, Lithuanian has long and short vowels that are depicted with diacritical marks. As if that were not enough, the words in the Lithuanian language constantly change their form. This is because they have grammatical genders, plural and singular forms, declensions, tenses. With all that in mind, grammar becomes a serious challenge, but don’t get upset. Lithuanians are endlessly forgiving to those who speak their native language, are determined to help, understand, and maybe even become friends.

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How it is taught?

Language learning is divided into levels and sublevels.

Each sublevel consists of a 40-hour programme
of which 3-4 hours are dedicated to testing and feedback procedure.

Classes are held 2 times a week.

The duration of one class is 2 academic hours or 1.5 hours.

The duration of one programme is 2.5 months.

What is taught?

A-level classes aim to lay a solid foundation for grammar and pronunciation, as well as to help learn how to participate in conversations in everyday situations.

B-level classes focus on developing speaking skills. Interactive and relevant teaching material is used in the lessons.

How much does it cost?

Prices (if at least 4 people are in the group and it’s paid immediately):

210€ 240€
A-level programmes B-level programmes

 

How it is taught?

  • Learn a language in a group with your team
  • The lexicon and speaking situations can be adapted to your professional needs
  • Concise and systematic grammar
  • Continuous repetition, schematised learning material, and summarising the obtained knowledge

What's being taught?

A-level classes aim to lay a solid foundation for grammar and pronunciation, as well as to help learn how to participate in conversations in everyday situations.

B-level classes focus on developing speaking skills. Interactive and relevant teaching material is used in the lessons.

What's the price?


Contact us and we will provide you with an offer that appeals the most to your company.

How it is taught?

Language learning programmes adapted for children, as well as for different professions.

These programmes focus on spoken and professional language, as well as vocabulary and playful and interactive learning methods when teaching children.

We also teach foreigners who want to learn Lithuanian.

What's being taught?

  • Individual or two-person courses according to your needs
  • Teaching the Lithuanian language in Scandinavian or English
  • Language courses for children
  • Language courses focused on your professional language (medical and IT professionals, drivers, etc.)

What's the price?


Let’s get in touch and we will present you an offer that is the most suitable for you! 

Courses are organised for studying in a group or individually.

We’re constantly gathering new groups of different levels. Group classes are small – they consist of 4-6 people. Individual classes are also organised. If you choose individual learning, we will adapt the schedule to your needs. We will also take your individual needs and pace into account.

Remote learning follows the same process as in the classroom – there is face-to-face communication with the learner and the screen becomes a blackboard.

At the end of each course, the learner’s skills are tested and a certificate in Danish is issued. Starting with the A2 level, speaking and pronunciation skills are also tested.

Sublevel A1.1 focuses on the main grammatical forms and your immediate environment. You will learn to get acquainted with people and introduce yourself, as well as master the most important phrases of etiquette: how to say hello, ask for something, apologise, congratulate, and wish something. What’s important for every beginner – you will know how to ask to repeat or say something slower, express that you didn’t understand or don’t know something, and ask for a translation. You will learn and be able to use words that describe your immediate surroundings, family, and friends. You will also become acquainted with word order, grammatical articles, the main forms of nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, and their use.

In sublevel A1.2 you will continue to systematically deepen your knowledge of grammar and the lexicon. You will be able to not only get acquainted with people but also make conversation by asking simple questions and giving short answers, directions and instructions. You will be able to provide more detailed information about yourself, your hobbies, family, friends, and your place of residence. You will know not only how to ask for road directions, but also give them yourself.  You will understand basic information in longer texts consisting of known phrases, among which there are some unknown words.

In the following levels and sublevels, you will deepen your grammatical knowledge, expand the vocabulary and topics on which you will be able to communicate.

If you want to inquire regarding individual language training and their price, let’s get in touch! 

Courses are organised to study in a group consisting of your company employees or individually, adding your employee to one of our school groups. Contact us to discuss the learning method that works best for you!

Sublevel A1.1 focuses on the main grammatical forms and your immediate environment. You will learn to get acquainted with people and introduce yourself, as well as master the most important phrases of etiquette: how to say hello, ask for something, apologise, congratulate, and wish something. What’s important for every beginner – you will know how to ask to repeat or say something slower, express that you didn’t understand or don’t know something, and ask for a translation. You will learn and be able to use words that describe your immediate surroundings, family, and friends. You will also become acquainted with word order, grammatical articles, the main forms of nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, and their use.

In sublevel A1.2 you will continue to systematically deepen your knowledge of grammar and the lexicon. You will be able to not only get acquainted with people but also make conversation by asking simple questions and giving short answers, directions and instructions. You will be able to provide more detailed information about yourself, your hobbies, family, friends, and your place of residence. You will know not only how to ask for road directions, but also give them yourself.  You will understand basic information in longer texts consisting of known phrases, among which there are some unknown words.

In the following levels and sublevels, you will deepen your grammatical knowledge, expand the vocabulary and topics on which you will be able to communicate.

Lithuanian classes are held in their native language (Finnish, Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian) or English. More attention is given to the cultural context and comparison of countries in order to understand the peculiarities of language use better.

Other language programmes are tailored to your specific needs and expectations. Let’s get in touch!

 

We will develop a language learning programme that will be tailored to your language needs. Let’s get in touch and discuss!

 

What is the schedule?

New groups to study Lithuanian language:

When? Start of May

Level? Beginner (A1.1)

Study Lithuanian in Russian:
Schedule: II and IV 18:00 h. Introductory meeting on April 28th 18:00 h
 
Study Lithuanian in English:
Schedule: /II and V 12:00 h / Introductory meeting on May 13th 12:00 h

 

Register using the form or contact us info@siaureskryptimi.lt 

How skills are tested?

At the end of each course, the learner’s skills are tested and a certificate of completion is issued. Starting with the A2 level, speaking and pronunciation skills are also tested.

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How skills are tested?

Language level testing in Lithuanian and English:

A and B level – 50 €
B and C level – 75 €

We test and divide language learning into levels on the basis of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Written and verbal testing takes 105 min.

There is a possibility to test only verbally:
A and B level – 35 €
B and C level – 50 €

 

Don't wait for anything and choose now:

For private learners

How it is taught?

Language learning is divided into levels and sublevels.

Each sublevel consists of a 40-hour programme
of which 3-4 hours are dedicated to testing and feedback procedure.

Classes are held 2 times a week.

The duration of one class is 2 academic hours or 1.5 hours.

The duration of one programme is 2.5 months.

Courses are organised for studying in a group or individually.

We’re constantly gathering new groups of different levels. Group classes are small – they consist of 4-6 people. Individual classes are also organised. If you choose individual learning, we will adapt the schedule to your needs. We will also take your individual needs and pace into account.

Remote learning follows the same process as in the classroom – there is face-to-face communication with the learner and the screen becomes a blackboard.

At the end of each course, the learner’s skills are tested and a certificate in Danish is issued. Starting with the A2 level, speaking and pronunciation skills are also tested.

What's being taught?

A-level classes aim to lay a solid foundation for grammar and pronunciation, as well as to help learn how to participate in conversations in everyday situations.

B-level classes focus on developing speaking skills. Interactive and relevant teaching material is used in the lessons.

Sublevel A1.1 focuses on the main grammatical forms and your immediate environment. You will learn to get acquainted with people and introduce yourself, as well as master the most important phrases of etiquette: how to say hello, ask for something, apologise, congratulate, and wish something. What’s important for every beginner – you will know how to ask to repeat or say something slower, express that you didn’t understand or don’t know something, and ask for a translation. You will learn and be able to use words that describe your immediate surroundings, family, and friends. You will also become acquainted with word order, grammatical articles, the main forms of nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, and their use.

In sublevel A1.2 you will continue to systematically deepen your knowledge of grammar and the lexicon. You will be able to not only get acquainted with people but also make conversation by asking simple questions and giving short answers, directions and instructions. You will be able to provide more detailed information about yourself, your hobbies, family, friends, and your place of residence. You will know not only how to ask for road directions, but also give them yourself.  You will understand basic information in longer texts consisting of known phrases, among which there are some unknown words.

In the following levels and sublevels, you will deepen your grammatical knowledge, expand the vocabulary and topics on which you will be able to communicate.

What's the price?

Prices (if at least 4 people are in the group and it’s paid immediately):

210€ 240€
A-level programmes B-level programmes

 

If you want to inquire regarding individual language training and their price, let’s get in touch! 

When does the training take place?

New groups to study Lithuanian language:

When? Start of May

Level? Beginner (A1.1)

Study Lithuanian in Russian:
Schedule: II and IV 18:00 h. Introductory meeting on April 28th 18:00 h
 
Study Lithuanian in English:
Schedule: /II and V 12:00 h / Introductory meeting on May 13th 12:00 h

 

Register using the form or contact us info@siaureskryptimi.lt 

For business

How it is taught?

  • Learn a language in a group with your team
  • The lexicon and speaking situations can be adapted to your professional needs
  • Concise and systematic grammar
  • Continuous repetition, schematised learning material, and summarising the obtained knowledge

Courses are organised to study in a group consisting of your company employees or individually, adding your employee to one of our school groups. Contact us to discuss the learning method that works best for you!

What's being taught?

A-level classes aim to lay a solid foundation for grammar and pronunciation, as well as to help learn how to participate in conversations in everyday situations.

B-level classes focus on developing speaking skills. Interactive and relevant teaching material is used in the lessons.

Sublevel A1.1 focuses on the main grammatical forms and your immediate environment. You will learn to get acquainted with people and introduce yourself, as well as master the most important phrases of etiquette: how to say hello, ask for something, apologise, congratulate, and wish something. What’s important for every beginner – you will know how to ask to repeat or say something slower, express that you didn’t understand or don’t know something, and ask for a translation. You will learn and be able to use words that describe your immediate surroundings, family, and friends. You will also become acquainted with word order, grammatical articles, the main forms of nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, and their use.

In sublevel A1.2 you will continue to systematically deepen your knowledge of grammar and the lexicon. You will be able to not only get acquainted with people but also make conversation by asking simple questions and giving short answers, directions and instructions. You will be able to provide more detailed information about yourself, your hobbies, family, friends, and your place of residence. You will know not only how to ask for road directions, but also give them yourself.  You will understand basic information in longer texts consisting of known phrases, among which there are some unknown words.

In the following levels and sublevels, you will deepen your grammatical knowledge, expand the vocabulary and topics on which you will be able to communicate.

What's the price?


Contact us and we will provide you with an offer that appeals the most to your company.

How is testing?

At the end of each course, the learner’s skills are tested and a certificate of completion is issued. Starting with the A2 level, speaking and pronunciation skills are also tested.

Special programmes and services

How it is taught?

Language learning programmes adapted for children, as well as for different professions.

These programmes focus on spoken and professional language, as well as vocabulary and playful and interactive learning methods when teaching children.

We also teach foreigners who want to learn Lithuanian.

Lithuanian classes are held in their native language (Finnish, Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian) or English. More attention is given to the cultural context and comparison of countries in order to understand the peculiarities of language use better.

Other language programmes are tailored to your specific needs and expectations. Let’s get in touch!

What's being taught?

  • Individual or two-person courses according to your needs
  • Teaching the Lithuanian language in Scandinavian or English
  • Language courses for children
  • Language courses focused on your professional language (medical and IT professionals, drivers, etc.)

 

We will develop a language learning programme that will be tailored to your language needs. Let’s get in touch and discuss!

 

What's the price?


Let’s get in touch and we will present you an offer that is the most suitable for you! 

How is testing?

Language level testing in Lithuanian and English:

A and B level – 50 €
B and C level – 75 €

We test and divide language learning into levels on the basis of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Written and verbal testing takes 105 min.

There is a possibility to test only verbally:
A and B level – 35 €
B and C level – 50 €

 

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