The former minister is accused of receiving a bribe.
Names of -as type have vocative -ai instead of -e of common nouns: Vocative is also different: This form is sometimes present in other cases: There are only a few -ias words, they are declined like -ys words, except some cases: In -is type almost half of the nouns has consonants t, d in the ending of a stem these consonants change when palatalized: Two words have -i ending: The third, -is There were feminine and 24 masculine nouns in this class.
The singular dative is -iui for the common gender, like in masculine nouns. The biggest part of these words have -t- stem.
The second accentuation pattern is the rarest, among its examples are: The singular instrumental is -imi, like in the third declension, while for masculine words of the fifth declension the proper ending is given to be -iu; but -imi can also be and is chosen for the words of the fifth declension.
The fourth, -us, -ius There are only 19 words with a non-palatalized ending, and more -j-us, and -ius words. Grouping by a syllable nucleus of a pre-desinential syllable[ edit ] In the tables below the possibilities of syllable nucleus of the next-to-last syllable and their accent is shown.
But there are a few certain differences in the accentuation features of the nucleus sounds of the next-to-last syllable.
Most of the vocals and diphthongs can have either of the accents: Short a, e sounds, when they are in a stem of a word and stressed, lengthen and have always an end-firm accent; i, u are short and there is no accentual differentiation in their stress. The four different accentuation patterns are distinguished by two different colors in the rows of the table, their sequence is from the top to the bottom — I, II, III, IV.
The words of each accentuation type are given in the following sequence of the declensional types: Their genitive singular is -io.
The second declension feminine.Quotation marks both single and double are also used for specific purposes in bibliographic references or when citing sources in academic writing. There are a number of ways of organising bibliographies which set out standard formats.
‘The revolution in English football has led to the development of some disturbing trends, however.’ ‘Returning to the pectoral limb, we can easily make out two general trends.’ ‘But we expect the general trend in will be in the opposite direction to last year.’.
The second part of the research paper provides the analysis on the system of punctuation, comparing the specific punctuation marks such as comma,dash and hyphen in English and Lithuanian languages, used in the texts of scientific and belles-lettres styles.
en Quotations from published sources have retained the punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and paragraphing of the original sources unless editorial or typographic changes have been necessary to improve readability. Regardless, punctuation in English has a rich and surprising history from the full stop to the semicolon and even quotation marks.
General history Keith Houston of the BBC has a rather intricate and detailed timeline for this history of . Languages in Lithuania.
The sole official language in Lithuania, as well as the language you will hear the most, is Lithuanian (native to some 85% of the population and spoken by 96%). With millennia-old history and struggles for its survival, Lithuanian language is very much a part of national identity.