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Lithuanian voice over recording services for your project
Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. There are also Lithuanian-speaking minorities in the north-west of Belarus, Latvia and the north of Poland. About 3.2 million people speak Lithuanian as their mother tongue.
The Lithuanian language belongs to the East Baltic languages within the Indo-European language family and is closely related to Latvian. Due to many preserved ancient grammatical forms, Lithuanian is much more complicated and is considered the most conservative living Indo-European language. The vocabulary contains many loan words from other languages, e.g. Finnish and Hungarian.
Lithuanian is to some extent a tone language in which different accents can be relevant to meaning. Lithuanian knows three different tones: the short tone, the bump tone and the grind tone.
Lithuanian knows many dialects, some of which are very different. They can be divided into the following groups: Lowland Lithuanian in the west, the Highland Lithuanian in the northeast and Dzūkai in the south of Lithuania. The dialects are divided into subdialects. Standard Lithuanian is derived mostly from Western Aukštaitian dialects, including the Eastern dialect of Lithuania Minor.
The Lithuanian language uses the Latin alphabet and is a highly reflective language with grammatical similarities to Latin or ancient Greek. The grammar knows 7 cases: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental, locative and vocative. Depending on the dialect, up to 4 additional local cases are added: inessive, illative, adessive and allative. The sentence structure in Lithuanian is flexible and can follow both the SVO (subject-verb-object) and the VSO scheme (verb-subject-object).
We have already implemented a number of projects in Lithuanian, including a navigation system for Sygic; commercial spots for Frosch, a brand of the household chemicals company Werner & Mertz; educational videos for the European Commission; telephone-based patient survey systems for the pharmaceutical company ICON and web-based training courses (WBTs) for Sonic E-Learning Inc.
Voice over recordings in Lithuanian are carried out in professional recording studios located in Lithuania. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Lithuanian language and are trained professional voice talents.