Sorry for not unswering for so long, had a nightmare week and this one seems to be even worse
Skylax wrote:I tried to find out how to say "Thanks" in Lithuanian
It was a bit disappointing, because of the diacritics. Now : ACIU or DEKUI (please explain the difference).
difference?ok I`l try
you should pronounce as 'Ch' like Chokolate, IU
like U in german word 'tchus' (not sure how properly to write this one), you don`t need to pronounce I
it only indicates that U is soft, and the accent goes on A
(just don`t know wich one circumflex or acutus)
DEKUI: is a shorten form from verb dekoju, wich meens 'gratias ago'
like in english 'get' only a bit longer, UI
the same as latin 'cui' from quis, and accent is on E
P.S the meaning is the same