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Virginija Vasiliauskiene, Lilita Zalkalns, and Jonathan Slocum

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Lessons

0. Series Introduction
1. The unity of the flowing river, by Justinas Marcinkevičius
2. Forest of the Gods, by Balys Sruoga
3. In the Shadow of the Altars, by Vincas Mykolaitis-Putinas
4. The Fate of the Simoniai from the Village of Aukstujai, by Ieva Simonaitytė
5. Uncles and Aunts, by Vaižgantas (Juozas Tumas)
6. The Seasons, by Kristijonas Donelaitis
7. the Book of Sermons by Jonas Bretkūnas
8. "In the Shadow of Death," by Rūdolfs Blaumanis
9. "Straumeni: The Story of an Old Farm in Zemgale through the Changing Seasons," by Edvarts Virza
10. Matthew 2:1-6, translated by Johann Ernst Glück

Grammar Points

Lithuanian:
1. The Alphabet
     1.1. Vowels
     1.2. Consonants
     1.3. Other Notes
2. The Sound System
3. Noun Inflection
     3.1. The 1st Declension
     3.2. The 2nd Declension
4. Verb Inflection
     4.1. The Present Tense
     4.2. The Past Tense
5. Word Order
6. Diphthongs
7. Noun Declensions
     7.1. The 3rd Declension
     7.2. The 4th Declension
     7.3. The 5th Declension
8. Verb Tenses
     8.1. The Frequentative Past Tense
     8.2. The Future Tense
     8.3. Conjungation of the Verb ́ti 'to be'
9. Pronouns
     9.1. The Personal Pronouns
     9.2. The Dual of the Pronouns
     9.3. The Possessive Pronouns
     9.4. The Reflexive Pronoun savę̃s
10. Negation
11. The Accent Classes of the Nouns
     11.1. The First Accent Class
     11.2. The Second Accent Class
12. Pronouns
     12.1. The Demonstrative Pronouns
     12.2. The Interrogative and Relative Pronouns
     12.3. The Indefinite Pronouns
13. Adjective Inflection
     13.2. First Declension Adjectives
     13.3. Second Declension Adjectives
     13.4. Third Declension Adjectives
14. Mood
     14.1. The Subjunctive Mood
     14.2. Imperative
     14.3. The Optative Mood
15. Interrogative Words and Interrogative Sentences
16. The Accent Classes of the Nouns
     16.1. The Third Accent Class
     16.2. The Fourth Accent Class
17. Numerals
     17.1. Basic Numerals
     17.2. Plural Numerals
     17.3. Collective Numerals
18. Adjective Inflection
     18.1. The Definite Adjectives
     18.2. Comparision of Adjectives
19. The Participles, Half-participles, and Gerunds
     19.1. The Present Active Participles and Half-participles
     19.2. The Past Active Participle
     19.3. The Frequentative Past Active Participle
     19.4. The Future Active Participle
     19.5. The Gerunds
20. Some Impersonal Constructions
21. Numerals
     21.1. The Ordinal Numerals
     21.2. Fractions
22. Reflexive Verbs and Verbal Prefixes
     22.1. The Reflexive Verbs
     22.2. Verbal Prefixes
23. The Passive and Reflexive Participles
     23.1. The Passive Participles
     23.2. The Reflexive Participles
24. The Compound Tenses of the Active Voice
     24.1. Continuative Tenses
     24.2. Perfect Tenses
25. Use of the Nominative, Genitive and Dative
     25.1. Nominative
     25.2. Genitive
     25.3. Dative
26. Adverbs
27. Verbal Aspects and Transitivity
     27.1. Verbal Aspects
     27.2. Transitivity
28. Compound Tenses of the Passive Voice and Passivization.
     28.1. The Compound Tenses of the Passive Voice
     28.2. Passivization
29. Use of the Accusative, Instrumental and Locative
     29.1. Accusative
     29.2. Instrumental
     29.3. Locative
30. Conjunctions and Particles
     30.1. The Conjunctions
     30.2. The Particles
31. The Stress and Intonation of Old Lithuanian
32. The Phonetics of Old Lithuanian
     32.1. Vowels
     32.2. Consonants
33. Old Lithuanian Nominal System
     33.1. Nouns
     33.2. Adjectives
34. Verbal System of Old Lithuanian
     34.1. Verbs
     34.2. Participles
35. Uninflected Parts of Speech of Old Lithuanian
Latvian:
1. The Alphabet
     1.1. Vowels
     1.2. Diphthongs
     1.3. Consonants
     1.4. Other Notes
2. The Sound System
3. Noun Inflection
     3.1. First Declension
     3.2. Fourth Declension
4. Verb Inflection
     4.1. Verb Stems
     4.2. Verb Conjugation Classes
     4.3. Present and Preterit Tense Endings in Indicative Active
     4.4. Present Tense Class I (Short Conjugation)
     4.5. Present Tense Class II (Long Conjugation)
     4.6. Present Tense Class III (Mixed Conjugation)
5. Word Order
6. Dipthongs
     6.1. Pure Diphthongs
     6.2. Semi-diphthongs
7. Noun Declensions
     7.1. Second Declension
     7.2. Third Declension
     7.3. Fifth Declension
     7.4. Sixth Declension
8. Verb Tenses
     8.1. The Simple Past Tense
     8.2. The Simple Future Tense
     8.3. Conjugation of Irregular Verbs būt, iet, dot
9. Pronouns
     9.1. Personal Pronouns
     9.2. Possessive Pronouns
     9.3. Reflexive Pronouns
     9.4. The Pronoun pats
10. Negation
11. Reflexives
     11.1. The Reflexive Infinitive
     11.2. The Present Tense
     11.3. The Simple Past (Preterite) Tense
     11.4. The Simple Future Tense
12. Pronouns
     12.1. Demonstrative Pronouns
     12.2. The Anaphoric Pronoun
     12.3. The Interrogative, Relative and Indefinite Pronouns
13. Adjectives
     13.1. Inflection of the Indefinite Form
     13.2. Inflection of the Definite Form
     13.3. Degrees of Comparison
14. Mood
     14.1. The Imperative
     14.2. The Subjunctive
     14.3. The Debitive
     14.4. The Relative
15. Interrogative Sentences and the Interrogative Particle vai