Abstract or Introduction
This paper deals with Development, Characteristics and Linguistic Nationalism of the Lithuanian Language. About 80 percent of the population in Lithuania are Lithuanians so more than three million people speak it as their mother tongue. It is spoken by the Lithuanian population, in some border areas of Poland and Belarus and by Lithuanian émigrés in other countries. The biggest émigré groups are living in the United States. The Lithuanian Language is only thought at 24 foreign universities, in 14 different countries.
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- Stefanie Aha (Author), 2021, The Lithuanian Language. Development, Characteristics and Linguistic Nationalism, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1038476