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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. Ft: Pocket (Richard Jankovich)


Apr 23, 2008

Keturioliktas Egzaminas.  This is a quick response episode!  We’ll say the word or phrase in English and you say it in Lithuanian – Out Loud!  It’s too late for questions, the exam starts now.  Ready, set, go!

this, that                                                     

I like the city                                              
man patinka miestas

I like England                                              
man patinka Anglija

I like this                                                     
man tai patinka

I like that                                                     
man tai patinka

I like the university                                       
man patinka universitetas

I like Lithuania                                             
man patinka Lietuva

I like it                                                         
man tai patinka

do you like Kaunas? (tu)                               
ar tau patinka Kaunas?

do you like the color? (tu)                             
ar tau patinka spalva?

do you like Klaipėda? (tu)                             
ar tau patinka Klaipėda?

do you like the coffee? (tu)                           
ar tau patinka kava?

do you like Romas? (Jūs)                              
ar jums patinka Romas?

yes, I like him                                              
taip, patinka

do you like Raminta? (Jūs)                            
ar jums patinka Raminta?

I like her                                                      

do you like England? (Jūs)                             
ar jums patinka Anglija?

does he like that?                                          
ar jam tai patinka?

he likes that                                                 
jam tai patinka

does she like that?                                        
ar jai tai patinka?

she likes that                                               
jai tai patinka

do they like to dance? (all male group)          
ar jiems patinka šokti?

yeah, they like to dance                               
taip, jiems patinka šokti

do they like to do sports? (mixed m/f group)  
ar jiems patinka sportuoti?

yes, they like to do sports                            
taip, jiems patinka sportuoti

Vilnius is in Lithuania                                  
Vilnius yra Lietuvoje

Lithuania is in Europe                                  
Lietuva yra Europoje    

Egypt is in Africa                                        
Egiptas yra Afrikoje

Sidney is in Australia                                   
Sidnėjus yra Australijoje

Chicago is in America                                 
Čikaga yra Amerikoje

Moscow is in Russia                                   
Maskva yra Rusijoje

Dublin is in Ireland                                     
Dublinas yra Airijoje


China is in Asia                                          
Kinija yra Azijoje

Indonesia is in Asia                                     
Indonezija yra Azijoje

a sack                                                        

small sack                                                  


a nestling or a chick                                    

a man’s suit                                               

a woman’s suit                                           

a pie                                                          

a pastry                                                     

ačiū dear
prašom (you’re welcome)