Declining Personal Pronouns

20 October 2013 by Pigmalijonas

Level: A2
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all forms of jis, ji, jie, jos

We are sure you like the pronouns jis (he), ji (she), jie and jos (they). But now let's learn to decline them:

Nominative case:
Genitive case (of):
Dative case (to/for):
Accusative case:
Instrumental case (using):
Locative case (in):

Nominative case:
Genitive case (of):
Dative case (to/for):
Accusative case:
Instrumental case (using):
Locative case (in):

jis
jo
jam

juo
jame

jie

jiems
juos
jais
juose

ji
jos
jai

ja
joje

jos

joms
jas
jomis
jose

Jis ir ji yra vaikai. He and she are children.
Kas Vytautui perka kompiuterį: jis ar ji? Who is buying a computer for Vytautas: he or she?
Kur jos eina? Where are they going?
Kodėl jis jai perka televizorių?
Jiems pamoka. They are having a lesson. (A lesson for them).
Duok joms tušinukus! Give them the pens!
Kodėl jai reikia jo? Why does she need him?
Kodėl jai jo reikia? Why does she need him?
Kada jis jai patinka? When does he appeal to her?
Kada jis važiuoja į Lietuvą? When is he going to Lithuania?
Kodėl jos nevažiuoja į Estiją autobusu? Why don't they go to Estonia by bus?
Dėk pieštuką ant jos. Put the pencil on her.

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