Prepositions with accusative case Exercises in Lithuanian language

Mastering the use of prepositions with the accusative case in Lithuanian can be a challenging yet crucial step in achieving fluency. Unlike in English, where prepositions don't change the form of nouns, Lithuanian prepositions can dictate specific grammatical cases. Understanding when and how to use the accusative case after prepositions is essential for both spoken and written communication. This section provides targeted exercises designed to help you grasp these rules, ensuring you can construct sentences with greater accuracy and confidence. In Lithuanian, prepositions such as "į" (into), "per" (through), "pro" (through), and "pas" (at someone's place) typically require the accusative case. These exercises will guide you through various scenarios and sentence structures, offering ample practice to reinforce your learning. By engaging with these tasks, you'll not only improve your grammatical accuracy but also enhance your overall comprehension of the Lithuanian language. Dive in and start practicing to solidify your understanding of prepositions with the accusative case!

Exercise 1

<p>1. Jis eina *per* parką (preposition for movement across).</p> <p>2. Mes važiuojame *per* tiltą (preposition for passing over).</p> <p>3. Ji eina *į* mokyklą (preposition for direction to a place).</p> <p>4. Aš padėjau knygą *ant* stalo (preposition for placing something on a surface).</p> <p>5. Jie išėjo *pro* duris (preposition for passing through).</p> <p>6. Mes keliaujame *apie* miestą (preposition for around a place).</p> <p>7. Jis plaukia *per* upę (preposition for movement across water).</p> <p>8. Aš ieškau raktų *po* lovą (preposition for under a place).</p> <p>9. Ji skrenda *virš* kalnų (preposition for flying over).</p> <p>10. Vaikai žaidžia *per* sodą (preposition for movement through an area).</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. Jis eina *per* mišką (preposition for crossing through).</p> <p>2. Mes važiuojame *į* miestą (preposition for going to a place).</p> <p>3. Ji perka dovaną *už* penkis eurus (preposition for indicating exchange).</p> <p>4. Vaikai bėga *per* pievą (preposition for moving across).</p> <p>5. Jis meta kamuolį *per* tvorą (preposition for throwing over).</p> <p>6. Jie keliauja *per* Lietuvą (preposition for traveling through).</p> <p>7. Aš einu *į* mokyklą (preposition for going to a place).</p> <p>8. Ji pasuka *už* kampo (preposition for turning behind).</p> <p>9. Mes einame *į* kiną (preposition for going to an event).</p> <p>10. Jis žiūri *per* langą (preposition for looking through).</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. Vakar jie ėjo *į* mišką (preposition for direction).</p> <p>2. Mes visada keliaujame *per* miestą (preposition for through).</p> <p>3. Ji padėjo knygą *ant* stalo (preposition for on).</p> <p>4. Vaikai bėgo *į* parką (preposition for direction).</p> <p>5. Per atostogas mes važiavome *po* Lietuvą (preposition for across).</p> <p>6. Jis padėjo gėlę *prieš* langą (preposition for in front of).</p> <p>7. Jie plaukė valtimi *per* ežerą (preposition for across).</p> <p>8. Ji padėjo savo rankinę *ant* kėdės (preposition for on).</p> <p>9. Mes bėgome *per* tiltą (preposition for across).</p> <p>10. Jis atsisėdo *prieš* kompiuterį (preposition for in front of).</p>
 

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