Lithuanian Basics: Pronouns 1
These are the Lithuanian pronouns, which are very useful to know if you want to learn it. F stands for feminine, and M stands for masculine. Next lesson will be colors.
EDIT: This is just Nominative and Accusative. The others will come soon.
The directory is here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/12999592
Hi! Just as some advice, you should post a homepage thread which you update each time you make some content, and put a link to it in each lesson. Also, some examples would be nice to go with the lesson, and some exercises too. But great idea, and thank you!
Edit: It would also be fantastic if you could you also create a lesson explaining the pronounciation, and any extra letters in the alphabet.
Another Edit: I tried to post some other suggestions on your stream, but it didn't format, so I'll do it here.
Phrases: Words like hello; goodbye; thank you.
Reference sections: Have grammar tables etc. alongside your lessons.
Variety: Don't feel like just because you created a lesson about x means all the vocab must be pertaining to that. Also, try organising your lessons like Duolingo's courses do; e.g. a lesson called Basics, then one called Phrases, then one called Food, then one called Accusative (not necessarily in that order).
If you are looking for inspiration, check this Japanese course out.
Hope this helps!
You skipped a lot of translations. And quite important ones. "Me" can also mean "mane", "you" - tu, tavim, tave (as in "I like YOU"), "him" - jį, juo, "her" - ją, ja, "us" - mus, mumis, "you" - jus, jumis, "them" - juos, jais.
It can be confusing at first, and that's why it shouldn't be the first thing you try to learn. Try to learn basic pronouns first:
I - aš. (I love you - AŠ tave myliu) You - tu, jūs. (YOU love me - TU mane myli / JŪS mane mylite) He - jis. (HE loves me - JIS mane myli) She - ji. (SHE loves me - JI mane myli) We - mes. (WE love you - MES tave mylime) They - jie. (THEY love us - JIE mus myli)
It - tai. (IT is hard - TAI yra sunku). Be careful, we don't use "it" for animals or objects, when we talk about animals or objects, we use he or she, depending on the gender.