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Lithuanian Out Loud is a podcast series designed for fans of the Lithuanian language. Come along with native Lithuanian author/lawyer Raminta and her North-American husband, Jack. They'll teach you Lithuanian along with tidbits about the history and culture of Raminta's homeland - Lietuva!

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Nov 6, 2010

LL0256 – Egzaminas Exam

 

This is a quick response episode!  We’ll say the word or phrase in English and you say it in Lithuanian – Out Loud!  Ready, set, go!  Pasiruošti, dėmesio, marš!

 

I would like to order food to go

norėčiau užsisakyti maisto išsinešimui

 

what you would like?

ko pageidausite?

 

do you have a menu?

ar jūs turite valgiaraštį?

 

sure, here you go 

žinoma, štai – paimkite

 

maybe you’d like something to drink? 

gal norėtumėte ko nors išgerti?

 

no, I will just wait for my order

ne, tiesiog palauksiu savo užsakymo

 

okay, when you will be ready to order the food let me know

gerai, kai būsite pasiruošus užsakyti maistą leiskite man žinoti

 

okay, thank you

gerai, ačiū

 

thank you, please sit down

ačiū jums, prašom prisėsti

 

to order

užsakyti

 

food

maistas

 

to carry out

išsinešti

 

to wish, to desire

pageidauti

 

what do you wish? (tu)

ko tu pageidauji?

 

what do you desire? (tu)

ko tu pageidauji?

 

what do you wish? (formal)

ko jūs pageidaujate?

 

what do you desire? (formal)

ko jūs pageidaujate?

 

a menu

meniu / valgiaraštis

 

do you have a menu?

ar jūs turite valgiaraštį?

 

do you have a menu?

ar jūs turite meniu?

 

of course

žinoma

 

here

štai

 

to take

imti, paimti

 

take – as in a command

imk, imkite, paimk, paimkite

 

of course, here, take

žinoma, štai – paimkite


M
over ten years ago

Greetings from Australia...

a guy in my life.. is 3rd generation lithuanian-australian... and as a result of that.. as his first language is lithuanian - he learnt english as a young boy.... here in australia (although he is australian born) I'm trying to learn lithuanian...

lucky for me I already speak german as a second language.. but lithuanian compared to german is reallly really really really hard...

so I found one website called.. http://www.debeselis.net/lesson14.php which is great.. with the building blocks but doesn't put the language together particularly well.. (bc obviously I'm going to have to get myself a proper lithuanian language teacher in melbourne once we're a couple)

I love learning from your website.. its awesome.. and the character and humour you both have on the discussion, plus the information you give is awesome.. ..

there are spotted youtube vid's around to learn lithuanian too which are also good but not the same quality or ease as what you two present..

so just wanted to say thanks...

and hopefully one day when I travel to lithuania .. I'll get the privilege and honour of meeting you both and speaking to you in lithuanian ONLY - instead of damm english!!!!!!!!!

;)

Cheers