Present Tense

30 September 2013 by Pigmalijonas

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At the moment we're only looking at verbs of the Present tense. Present tense means that an action is happening now, at the moment, today, at this time, etc. Both Present Simple and Present Continuous of English can be translated into the Lithuanian present tense.

Aš einu. I go. I am going.
Tu eini. You go. You are going.
Jie eina. They go. They are going.

Word Meaning
jie they
eiti 1. go
man reikia eiti
I need to go
2. walk
man patinka eiti mišku
I like to walk in the forest

Comments:

Jo Alex SG 11 May 2021 09:13
That is most clearly explained, labai ačiū.
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