What kind of language is Lithuanian?
Baltic languages Lithuanian belongs to the family of Baltic languages. Currently there are only two Baltic languages spoken in the world: Lithuanian and Latvian but in the past there were more, such as: Galindian, old Prussian, Yotvingian, Skalvian, Selonian, Semigallian.
What is Lithuanian language similar to?
Lithuanian is closely related to the neighbouring Latvian language. It is written in a Latin script. It is said to be the most conservative of the existing Indo-European languages, retaining features of the Proto-Indo-European language now lost in other languages.
Is Lithuanian language similar to Polish?
In the end, even parts of Lithuanians who spoke Polish natively and were not taught Lithuanian by their parents would learn the language of their forefathers. In conclusion, Lithuania and Vilnius had many people who spoke Polish, however, most of these people were indigenous and of Lithuanian origins.
Is Lithuanian a romantic language?
Lithuanian is a Baltic language, Romanian is a Romance language. Yes, theyre related (both are Indo-European), but no more so than, say, English and Russian.