Grammar Help
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Author:  je_suis [ 2014 11 22, 01:34 ]
Post subject:  Grammar Help

This is a sentence I want to translate into Lithuanian:

The snowflakes are falling into the yellow house

The translation I came up with is:

Snaigės krenta į geltoną namą.

Is this correct? If not, could you please explain to me how to translate this sentence?

Author:  Pigmalijonas [ 2014 11 24, 21:26 ]
Post subject:  Re: Grammar Help

Yes, this is correct.

A bit more logically you could say "ant geltono namo" - "on the yellow house" rather than inside it.

Author:  Alohacongigi [ 2015 10 01, 06:51 ]
Post subject:  Re: Grammar Help

More information So I had to come find you.

Author:  andyson [ 2017 02 05, 13:44 ]
Post subject:  Re: Grammar Help

I'm Clive (Klaivas, CliveN from Phrasebase), I'm 15 and I live in the UK. I've been learning Lithuanian on and off for a while and I'm learning it because the language is seriously cool 8) I've been very busy with lots of schoolwork recently, which is why I haven't been on Phrasebase much.


Author:  Kitchinut [ 2017 12 08, 08:32 ]
Post subject:  Re: Grammar Help

I also want to know. Is it okay or not because I'm not sure I'm right?

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