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Five facts about the Lithuanian language
Lithuanian is the official language of the Baltic nation of Lithuania.
The language is most closely related to Latvian, although Latvians and Lithuanians cannot easily understand each other’s languages.
Over three million inhabitants of Lithuania speak their own language, while a further 200,000 emigrant Lithuanians also speak it elsewhere in the world.
Lithuanian is an Indo-European language, and seems to be the most conservative of all the languages in this group, with many features reminiscent of Sanskrit and ancient Greek.
The use of the language was repressed for around 40 years by the country’s Russian governors, and it wasn’t until the early twentieth century that the language was able to be freely expressed within its natural borders.
The Migration Translators are a leading provider of migration-related services by certified translators. Our team comprises not only Lithuanian NAATI translator, but professionals in most other world languages as well.