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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)

Jun 30, 2008

Exam 23
Dvidešimt trečias 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!  Pasiruošti, dėmesio, marš!

to go on foot                                   
eiti

thunderstorm                                   
perkūnija

thunder                                           
perkūninis

lightning rod                                    
perkūnsargis

hello on the phone                            
klausau

hey, baby, where are you?               
labas, mylimoji, kur esi?

I’m downtown, where are you?         
aš miesto centre, kur tu esi?

I’m in the hotel, I’m walking to downtown                       
aš viešbutyje, aš einu į miesto centrą

I go (on foot)                                  
aš einu

you go (on foot) (familiar)                 
tu eini

he walks (on foot)                           
jis eina

she goes (on foot)                             
ji eina

we go (on foot)                               
mes einame

we go (on foot)                               
mes einam

you walk (formal)                            
jūs einate

you all go (on foot)                          
jūs einate

you walk (formal)                            
jūs einat

they go (on foot)                             
jie eina

they walk (females)                          
jos eina

where are you going? (familiar)         
kur tu eini?

I’m walking to the park                    
aš einu į parką

I’m in the park                                 
aš parke

where are you going? (familiar)         
kur tu eini?

I’m going to the restroom                 
aš einu į tualetą

I’m in the bathroom                         
aš tualete

where are we going?                        
kur mes einame?

we’re walking to the museum           
mes einame į muziejų

we’re in the museum                       
mes muziejuje

where are we going?                        
kur mes einam?

we’re walking to the restaurant          
mes einam į restoraną

we’re in the restaurant                     
mes restorane

where are you going? (formal)          
kur jūs einate?

I’m going to the store                      
aš einu į parduotuvę

I’m in the store                                
aš parduotuvėje

where are you going? (formal)          
kur jūs einat?

I’m going to the room                      
aš einu į kambarį

I’m in the room                               
aš kambaryje

where is he going?                           
kur jis eina?

he’s going to the theater                   
jis eina į teatrą

he’s in the theater                             
jis teatre

where is he going?                           
kur jis eina?

he’s going to school                         
jis eina į mokyklą

he’s in the school                             
jis mokykloje

where are you all going?                  
kur jūs einate?

we’re going to the pharmacy            
mes einame į vaistinę

we’re in the pharmacy                     
mes vaistinėje

where are you all going?                  
kur jūs einat?

we’re going to the hotel                    
mes einam į viešbutį

we’re in the hotel                            
mes viešbutyje

where is she going?                         
kur ji eina?

she’s going to the hospital                
ji eina į ligoninę

she’s in the hospital                         
ji ligoninėje

where is she going?                         
kur ji eina?

she’s going to the coffee shop           
ji eina į kavinę

she’s in the coffee shop                    
ji kavinėje

where are they going?                      
kur jie eina?

they’re going to the library               
jie eina į biblioteką

they’re in the library                        
jie bibliotekoje

where are they going?                      
kur jie eina?

they’re going to the bar                    
jie eina į barą

they’re in the bar                            
jie bare

where are they going? (females)       
kur jos eina?

they’re going to the club (females)    
jos eina į klubą

they’re in the club                           
jos klube

where are they going? (females)        
kur jos eina?

they’re going downtown (females)    
jos eina į miesto centrą

they’re in downtown (females)         
jos miesto centre