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 Post subject: Irregular things
PostPosted: 2012 03 20, 23:38 

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First, I'm wondering is there any exceptions for the verb concugations and noun cases.cuz I did not see any irregular things listed there. That's really wierd. And what is even more wierd ia that the account I got and the post I posted all disappeared, now I am posting with a new account!


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 Post subject: see ya again
PostPosted: 2012 03 26, 23:42 

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hope you will do same things again :)


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 Post subject: Re: Irregular things
PostPosted: 2012 09 08, 10:16 
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hyegyo wrote:
First, I'm wondering is there any exceptions for the verb concugations and noun cases.cuz I did not see any irregular things listed there. That's really wierd. And what is even more wierd ia that the account I got and the post I posted all disappeared, now I am posting with a new account!

The athematic verbs

The athematic paradigm was as follows:

'be' 'remain' 'give' 'save'
1st sg esmì liekmì dúomi gélbmi
2nd sg esì lieksì dúosi gélbsi
3rd sg ẽst(i) liẽkt(i) dúost(i) gélbt(i)

1st pl esmè liekmè dúome gélbme
2nd pl estè liektè dúoste gélbte
3rd pl ẽsti liẽkt(i) dúost(i) gélbt(i)

1st dual esvà liekvà dúova gélbva
2nd dual està liektà dúosta gélbta


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PostPosted: 2012 09 08, 18:12 
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I love the fact that they are so similar to the athematic conjugation of the old greek verbs.

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PostPosted: 2012 10 08, 02:17 
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That is because Greek is a wildly divergent dialect of old Lithuanian,
LOL.


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PostPosted: 2012 12 04, 09:36 

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Oh, well... the "yra" group is the standard conjugation. The group "būna" conveyes the idea of an state which is repeated or constant within certain specific timespan. I do not remember what is the difference in meaning of the other two, but I believe they are rarely used.

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