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 Post subject: Stress on third singular of susipažinti
PostPosted: 2011 07 11, 23:14 

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I am using "Colloquial Lithuanian", the 2011 edition. Normally this gives the stress on words in its vocabulary at the back, but for the form susipažįsta the stress mark is omitted. However, pažįsta is given with an acute accent on the "nasal" i. Is susipažįsta stressed the same way?

More generally, are compound verbs usually stressed like the basic verb?[/code]


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PostPosted: 2011 07 12, 04:55 
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Yes, in this case the accent is the same. And no, they are not, they depend on the verb, the prefix and the accent.

You can always check http://www.lki.lt/dlkz/

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PostPosted: 2011 07 12, 09:08 
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I also like http://donelaitis.vdu.lt/main.php?id=4&nr=9_1

If you enter a whole text, it can show you some few errors since there are words with more than one meaning.

Kuriame for instance could be...

kuriamè (in which... appartment, for example) or kùriame (we create...)

But if you just enter one word, then it will explain the different meanings of the words and also where the stress should be, for instance...

1. kuriamè (įvrd. vyr.gim. vnsk. Vt.)
2. kùriame (vksm. esam.l. Iasm. dgsk. nesngr.)

For your word susipažįsta, the results were:

1. susipažį́sta (vksm. esam.l. IIIasm. vnsk. sngr.)
2. susipažį́sta (vksm. esam.l. IIIasm. dgsk. sngr.)

vksm. (veiksmažodis) - verb
esam.l. (esamasis laikas) - present tense
IIIasm. (III asmuo) - 3rd person
vnsk. (vienaskaita) - singular
dgsk. (daugiskaita) - plural
sngr. (sangrąžinis) - reflexive

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PostPosted: 2011 07 12, 12:39 

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asCii wrote:
Yes, in this case the accent is the same. And no, they are not, they depend on the verb, the prefix and the accent.

You can always check http://www.lki.lt/dlkz/


I have a font problem with that site, whether I use Chrome, IE or AOL. They all default to using Unicode-8, but I have also tried a few other codings.

What must be "i grave" and "nasal i acute" are being presented on my screen as a couple of Latvian palatalised consonants.


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PostPosted: 2011 07 12, 12:44 

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toto1919 wrote:


Thanks. My browser's fonts can deal with that site.


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anthony wrote:
I have a font problem with that site, whether I use Chrome, IE or AOL. They all default to using Unicode-8, but I have also tried a few other codings.

What must be "i grave" and "nasal i acute" are being presented on my screen as a couple of Latvian palatalised consonants.


If you hit the link Nematau kirčiuotų raidžių! on that page, you will be able to download the fonts needed to view the page correctly.

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 Post subject: Thanks for the font tip.
PostPosted: 2011 07 12, 21:04 

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Thanks, that font fixes www.lki.lt/dlkz/ for me.


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