Leonardas Dambriunas, William R. Schmalstieg, Antanas Klimas, "Beginner's Lithuanian"
Hippocrene Books | 1998 | ISBN: 078180678X | 230 pages | File type: PDF mp3 | 94,9 mb
This book includes 40 lessons, a complete grammar section, conversation sections, etc.
Summary: The best introduction to Lithuanian available
There are a couple of new books on the market for learning Lithuanian, but none of them offer any improvement over this one. Published in the 1960's, it's still the most thorough and engaging introduction available. The course is well-paced, the readings are full of interesting insights into Lithuanian life and culture, and all the details of the difficult stress and accent system are marked in the text. If you want to learn Lithuanian, at least invest in a copy of this book. It would have been nice to have an audio CD of the recorded texts, but that's where one of the more modern Teach Yourself or Colloquial courses can serve as a useful supplement.
Book (16,3 mb)
Audio (78,6 mb)