his is a charming
old textbook, still my favorite despite its age. For one thing, it
does not sacrifice traditional Lithuanian values on the "altar of
You'll find it online
at Amazon booksellers, along with more illustrations and
sample pages. At times I have seen it available used for around eight
Since there were no sound recordings available, I decided to make
these with a digital recorder and the generous help of two Lithuanian
students. Every lesson and extra reading, and most of the grammar
examples: about five hours total time- all indexed and interactive.
to a sample:
If your browser runs a late version Media Player, you can hear a sample
from page 51, lesson 6, A
beautiful Day. The text and sound will open in a separate
window which you may close when it finishes (size: 200K- it will take
a little while to load on a slow connection)
the sound track you need instantly.
Access to the recordings is through a simple browser interface making
navigation quicker and more accurate than traditional tape cassettes:
no more frustrating spooling back and forth. Just click on the page
where you are working, and you are there instantly! Take a look at
MP3 recordings for immediate
Do you want to get going with Lithuanian right now? Then do the
download. You get 5 hours listening compressed to 48MB. In a moment you'll be on your way learning this fascinating language!
Be sure to click the "RETURN TO MERCHANT"
button after completing the Paypal transaction to get the link for the download
Need more information? Then please send me an e-mail!
Jurate and Vilma:
the Lithuanian voices you'll hear-
By an old watermill
in north-western Norway.