Lithuanian Language

Lithuanian is an ancient language that is related initially to Sanskrit. It an official language in Lithuania and uses Latin scripts included distinctive letters such as ą, ę, į, ų, ū, č, š, ž. According to linguistics, richest participle system of all Indo-European language belongs to Lithuanian. Furthermore, it is the oldest Indo-European language that survived until today and preserved the most important morphological and phonetical aspects. Lithuanian is one of the two escaped Baltic languages (the other one is Latvian). Other than the Republic of Lithuania, it is spoken by minority groups in Poland, Latvia and Belarus today.