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Wordy Weekend: Education, Part 1: Wordbuilding

Oof. Grad school. Okay! Well, one class is finally over and done with, though I’ve still got two more to write a bunch of papers for. Sadly, I haven’t been spending too much time on in-depth language studies because of … Continue reading

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Wordy Wednesday: Modes of Transportation I

Lots of driving today for us as Spring is finally here! We had fun going to various markets and picking up fresh, seasonal veggies to enjoy all week. What we do with those veggies is a topic for the other … Continue reading

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Nouns in Vocative

This entry is part of a series, Nouns» We’ve reached the last post in the Nouns series for now. There will be more posts in the series on topics like Diminutives in the future.  I haven’t decided yet whether or … Continue reading

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Nouns in Locative

This entry is part of a series, Nouns» This is my favorite case, hands down.  For one, it is the case I can most reliably pick out of sentences, so I usually will translate it first.  For another, it’s just … Continue reading

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Nouns in Instrumental

This entry is part of a series, Nouns» I promised that the nouns would get easier and the last post on Accusative wound up being one of the longest posts in the series, I know.  But if you got Accusative … Continue reading

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Nouns in Accusative

This entry is part of a series, Nouns» So far we’ve covered three of the seven Latvian noun cases and what I think are the most difficult.  From here on out, the remaining cases get much easier to work with.  … Continue reading

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Nouns in Dative, Part II

This entry is part of a series, Nouns» Man, don’t you just hate it when coughs linger on? I sure do, but at least I’m not feeling like I should fall over dead every day. As it happens, the dative … Continue reading

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