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Friday 21st of January 2005 05:17:50 AMYesterday, today, and tomorrow.:
I found it interesting when I learned these words just recently, because it is so metaphorical.
Yesterday = vakardien
Today = šodien
Tomorrow = rītdien
Vakar = evening (associated with past tense)
Rīt = morning (associated with future tense)
Well, there you have it.
Thursday 19th of May 2005 02:51:07 AMmore:
can anybody tell how in latvian you cal the day before yesterday and the day after tomorrow :)
in lithuanian we have:
* poryt [after tomorrow]
* uzvakar [before yesterday]
Thursday 19th of May 2005 05:24:23 PM
I believe the day after tomorrow is 'aizpariit' and perhaps (logically) the day before yeterday is 'aizvakar'.
Tas mums, leitiem, ir viegli, vai ne? :)osis
Wednesday 03rd of August 2005 08:45:51 AM
100% correct ;)
aizparīt and aizvakar
if you want to add day in future just add 'aiz' so it becomes
'aizaizparīt' (day before day before tomorrow)
actualy never use 3 or more 'aiz'
and 2 'aiz' in pastbuceks
Wednesday 03rd of August 2005 11:37:48 PMthe day after tomorrow:
the day after tomorrow is "parīt", then comes "aizparīt"Agnese
Sunday 27th of November 2005 12:29:22 AMlietuvieĹˇi latviski:
ne "leitiem", bet "leišiem" (dat.)Pyramus
Sunday 27th of November 2005 11:55:19 PM
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