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Lithuanian is an Indo-European language and forms with Latvian the Baltic language family, which in turn has certain similarities with the Germanic and especially Slavic languages. It is the official language in Lithuania, where it is spoken by about 3 million people as a native language, the minorities speak it as a second language. The language is also recognized as an official language by the European Union. Lithuanian is considered an archaic language in which many phenomena have survived from the Indo-European, such as the sonorous word and fall endings. While Lithuanian is closely related to Latvian, the two languages are not mutually intelligible. Like Latvian, it is also written in a customized version of Roman script. Since 1993, 80% of the population has declared Lithuanian as their mother tongue, although many other Lithuanians now also speak the language. Elsewhere, it is spoken by ethnic Lithuanians living in present-day Belarus, Latvia, Poland, in the Russian Kaliningrad region, in addition to significant emigrant communities in Israel, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States, Uruguay, Spain and France.
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Jelgava (LV), Jonava (LT), Jurmala (LV), Kaunas (LT), Kelme (LT), Klaipeda (LT), Marijampol? (LT), Ogre (LV), Riga (LV), Varena (LT), Ventspils (LV), Vilnius (LT), Zarasai (LT),