5 November 2014 by Pigmalijonas

Level: B2

An adjective is a word that modifies a noun, describing its shape, color, size, etc. Unlike English adjectives, Lithuanian adjectives must agree in gender, number and case with the nouns that they modify. Bad news is that the adjectives have their own three declensions. However many of the endings are similar to those of nouns.

Furthermore, Lithuanian has the pronominal adjective and a neuter gender.

But firstly we should overview the three declensions of simple adjectives. Before entering, you must be acquainted with cases and the declensions of nouns.

After you get to know the declensions of adjectives, you may see what comparing adjectives is about. Or you may meet the pronominal adjectives and the earlier mentioned neuter gender.

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