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PostPosted: 2008 07 21, 18:54 
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Dirbdamas lietuviškame restorane dažnai girdžiu žodį "dviese". Man jau buvo paaiškinta, kad reiškia "two together". Žodis yra panaudojamas kai žmonės įeina į restoraną ir nori pranešti mums, kad bus tik du žmonės kartu pavalgyti pas mus. Tai, gerai suprantu žodžio reikšmę bet iš kur šis žodis? Aš niekada nesu matęs tokio žodžio jokiose lietuvių kalbos gramatikos knygose.. Ar kas gali man paaiškinti kodėl "dviese" panaudojamas žmonėms įeinant į restoraną ir ne "du" ar "dvi"?

Ir jeigu yra toks žodis reiškiantis "two together", galbūt yra dar daugiau žodžių kaip ir "three, four etc, together"??


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PostPosted: 2008 07 21, 21:39 
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Čia tik keletas žodžių, kuriuos galite įtraukti į savo asmeninį žodyną :)

du - dviese
trys - trise
keturi - keturiese
penki - penkiese
ir taip toliau...

taip pat
keletas - keliese


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PostPosted: 2009 01 26, 23:10 
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One dictionary gave these definitions.

dviese prv.
du drauge: D. pjovėme šieną. D. keliaukime

prv. – prieveiksmis

prieveiksmis (1)
gram. kalbos dalis, žyminti veiksmo ypatybes ar aplinkybes; tos kalbos dalies žodis (pvz.: greitai, namie, vakar)

So when two persons are doing something together the correct word is dviese. You could say for instance that "mūsų yra du asmenys" when entering a restaurant, but how much simpler to say "esame dviese". Someone else probably can tell more about the birth of this form. But as said it can be found in dictionaries, maybe not in an english-lithuanian.

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PostPosted: 2009 01 31, 11:18 
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I found this in thee grammar section


Quantity Adverb

Previously mentioned 'dviese' is a quantity adverb. English doens't have an equivalent for quantity adverbs. They can be described as adverbs, designating that an action is being done by two people (dviese), three people (trise) or more. The highest number of subjects is 9 (devyniese). Of course, the subjects can be anything else, not just people. Let's see them in sentences.

Dviese ėjom pas direktorių. We two (two of us) went to the manager.
Mašinoje buvome trise. We three were in the car.
Keturiese lengviau. It's easier to be four.
Penkiese važiavome į Iraką. We five went to Iraq.
Šešiese, septyniese, aštuoniese ar devyniese - man nesvarbu, tik nueikit į parduotuvę. Six, seven, eight or nine of you - I don't care, just go to the shop.

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