My Lithuanian Course A1
Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps participants
By the end of this course, you'll be able to understand and use everyday expressions and essential phrases to support you in your new country to: • meet people • share information about yourself and learn about others • settle into your new surroundings, move from place to place and obtain services Each module prepares you for a real-world task where you’ll need to use all of the communicative, linguistic and cultural skills you’ve learned… independently! Ready to start your first course? Let’s go! Click on the ‘Resume’ button.
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- How to learn with OLS
- My name is Kasia.
- I speak Lithuanian.
- This is my brother.
- She’s got dark hair and glasses.
- I'm good thanks, and you?
- I get up at 7.
- I go to the movies every Tuesday.
- This is my neighbourhood.
- I have nothing to wear!
- Can I have a flat white, please?
- Check your progress