Lithuanian (lietùvių kalbà) is the language of the Lithuanians, the official language of Lithuania, and one of the official languages of the European Union. It is spoken by three million people in Lithuania and 170 thousand beyond the border. Lithuanian is related to the Baltic group of the Indo-European family of languages, with close origins to modern Latvian. Interestingly, since the sixteenth century Lithuanian was written using a modified Latin alphabet. In the second half of the nineteenth century the Cyrillic alphabet was forcibly introduced, only to be rejected subsequently. The Lithuanian alphabet of today has 32 letters.
The online language school Language Life offers private and group Lithuanian language lessons with professional teachers and native speakers. With us you can learn Lithuanian regardless of your current language level as the majority of our teachers speak Russian fluently. Our programmes are designed to meet the demands of wide range of students and the use of recent technologies transforms the learning process into an enjoyable game.