9 October 2011 by Pigmalijonas
Lithuanian is based on the Latin alphabet. Additional letters are the nasal vowels (ą, ę, ų, į) and other sounds (č, ė, š, ū, ž).
Lithuanian doesn't have the letters x, w and q.
Here is the Lithuanian alphabet: A Ą B C Č D E Ę Ė F G H I Į Y K L M N O P R S Š T U Ų Ū V Z Ž
A good thing is that you will not have many problems reading a Lithuanian text, because every letter means a certain sound. So we can say that Lithuanian words are basically read the way they are written.