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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!

Music: Vieux Farka Toure - Ana {Pocket Remix} by pocketproductions (c) copyright 2007 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/pocketproductions/8916 Ft: Pocket (Richard Jankovich)

Jul 23, 2010

Hi there, I’m Jack and I’m Romas and welcome back to Lithuanian Out Loud where we offer the world the Lithuanian language.  

If you’d like to visit a former soviet nuclear missile silo, just go to Lithuania.  According to the website, Phantasmagoria, inside Žemaitija National Park you can visit the Plokštinė missile base.  Inside the missile silos the soviets used to keep missiles tipped with thermonuclear weapons.  There are supposedly no regular tours but if you find a park official, they’re supposedly happy to take you into the missile base for a few dollars.

This episode will give you some more practice with the accusative singular and plural and the genitive singular and plural.  If you need to review some of the vocabulary for this episode go back and review episode number 137.

 

(-as)

a ticket

bilietas

 

father has a ticket

tėvas turi bilietą

 

father has two tickets

tėvas turi du bilietus

 

father does not have a ticket

tėvas neturi bilieto

 

father does not have tickets

tėvas neturi bilietų

 

(-as)

a men’s suit

kostiumas

 

grandfather has a suit

senelis turi kostiumą

 

grandfather has two suits

senelis turi du kostiumus

 

grandfather does not have a suit

senelis neturi kostiumo

 

grandfather does not have suits

senelis neturi kostiumų

 

(-as)

a spoon

šaukštas

 

grandmother has a spoon

senelė turi šaukštą

 

grandmother has two spoons

senelė turi du šaukštus

 

grandmother doesn’t have a spoon 

senelė neturi šaukšto

 

grandmother doesn’t have spoons  

senelė neturi šaukštų

 

(-as)

a sack

maišas

 

grandma

močiutė

 

grandma has a sack

močiutė turi maišą

 

grandma has two sacks

močiutė turi du maišus

 

grandma does not have a sack

močiutė neturi maišo

 

grandma does not have sacks

močiutė neturi maišų

 

(-is)

a watch

laikrodis

 

an old man

senukas

 

the old man has a watch

senukas turi laikrodį

 

the old man has two watches

senukas turi du laikrodžius

 

the old man does not have a watch 

senukas neturi laikrodžio

 

the old man doesn’t have watches  

senukas neturi laikrodžių

 

(-is)

an umbrella

skėtis arba lietsargis

 

mother has an umbrella

motina turi skėtį arba motina turi lietsargį

 

mother has two umbrellas

motina turi du skėčius arba motina turi du lietsargius

 

mother doesn’t have an umbrella

motina neturi skėčio arba motina neturi lietsargio

 

mother doesn’t have umbrellas

motina neturi skėčių arba motina neturi lietsargių

 

(-is)

a towel

rankšluostis

 

grandfather has a towel

senelis turi rankšluostį

 

grandfather has two towels

senelis turi du rankšluoščius

 

grandfather doesn’t have a towel

senelis neturi rankšluoščio

 

grandfather doesn’t have towels

senelis neturi rankšluoščių

 

(-is)

a textbook

vadovėlis

 

daughter has a textbook

dukra turi vadovėlį

 

daughter has two textbooks

dukra turi du vadovėlius

 

daughter doesn’t have a textbook 

dukra neturi vadovėlio

 

daughter doesn’t have textbooks  

dukra neturi vadovėlių

 

(-ys)

an apple

obuolys

 

daughter has an apple

duktė turi obuolį

 

daughter has two apples

duktė turi du obuolius

 

daughter doesn’t have an apple

duktė neturi obuolio

 

daughter doesn’t have apples

duktė neturi obuolių

 

(-ys)

a horse

arklys

 

the son has a horse

sūnus turi arklį

 

the son has two horses

sūnus turi du arklius

 

the son doesn’t have a horse

sūnus neturi arklio

 

the son doesn’t have horses

sūnus neturi arklių

 

(-ys)

a basket

krepšys

 

the old hag has a basket

senė turi krepšį

 

the old hag has two baskets

senė turi du krepšius

 

the old hag doesn’t have a basket 

senė neturi krepšio

 

the old hag doesn’t have baskets  

senė neturi krepšių

 

(-ys)

a rooster

gaidys

 

the family has a rooster

šeima turi gaidį

 

the family has two roosters

šeima turi du gaidžius

 

the family doesn’t have a rooster

šeima neturi gaidžio

 

the family doesn’t have roosters

šeima neturi gaidžių

 

(-ys)

a turtle

vėžlys

 

the boy has a turtle

berniukas turi vėžlį

 

the boy has two turtles

berniukas turi du vėžlius

 

the boy doesn’t have a turtle

berniukas neturi vėžlio

 

the boy doesn’t have turtles

berniukas neturi vėžlių

 

(-us)

a television

televizorius

 

Romas has a television

Romas turi televizorių

 

Romas has two televisions

Romas turi du televizorius

 

Romas doesn’t have a television

Romas neturi televizorio

 

Romas doesn’t have televisions

Romas neturi televizorių

 

(-us)

a son

sūnus

 

Ausma has a son

Ausma turi sūnų

 

Ausma has two sons

Ausma turi du sūnus

 

Ausma doesn’t have a son

Ausma neturi sūnaus

 

Ausma doesn’t have sons

Ausma neturi sūnų