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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)


Oct 21, 2008

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

In a previous episode we went over the Lithuanian ten litas or dešimt litų banknote.  The twenty litas or dvidešimt litų bill is decorated with the portrait of Jonas Mačiulis who lived from 1862 to 1932.  Jonas Mačiulis urged the Lithuanian people to fight against Russification policies and to fight against the occupation of Lithuania by Imperial Russia.  The reverse side of the bill features the Vytautas the Great War Museum in Kaunas.

pradėkime, let’s get started

Today we’re going to mix all the different endings of numbers in one big review episode using just one noun.  The currency of Lithuania – litas.

Litas is the monetary unit of Lithuania.  Ready for a challenge?  Here we go.
sėkmės! good luck!

one vienas litas                       

two du litai                             

three trys litai                           

four keturi litai                        

five penki litai                         

six šeši litai                           

seven septyni litai                       

eight aštuoni litai                       

nine devyni litai                       

ten dešimt litų                         

11 vienuolika litų                     

12 dvylika litų                        

13 trylika litų                         

14 keturiolika litų               

15 penkiolika litų                    

16 šešiolika litų                    

17 septyniolika litų              

18 aštuoniolika litų             

19 devyniolika litų                

20 dvidešimt litų                     

21 dvidešimt vienas litas         

22 dvidešimt du litai               

23 dvidešimt trys litai             

24 dvidešimt keturi litai         

25 dvidešimt penki litai           

26 dvidešimt šeši litai             

27 dvidešimt septyni litai         

28 dvidešimt aštuoni litai         

29 dvidešimt devyni litai         

30 trisdešimt litų                     

31 trisdešimt vienas litas         

32 trisdešimt du litai

33 trisdešimt trys litai

34 trisdešimt keturi litai

35 trisdešimt penki litai

36 trisdešimt šeši litai

37 trisdešimt septyni litai

38 trisdešimt aštuoni litai

39 trisdešimt devyni litai

40 keturiasdešimt litų

41 keturiasdešimt vienas litas

42 keturiasdešimt du litai

49 keturiasdešimt devyni litai

50 penkiasdešimt litų

51 penkiasdešimt vienas litas

58 penkiasdešimt aštuoni litai

60 šešiasdešimt litų

61 šešiasdešimt vienas litas

67 šešiasdešimt septyni litai

70 septyniasdešimt litų

71 septyniasdešimt vienas litas

76 septyniasdešimt šeši litai

80 aštuoniasdešimt litų

81 aštuoniasdešimt vienas litas

85 aštuoniasdešimt penki litai

90 devyniasdešimt litų

91 devyniasdešimt vienas litas

94 devyniasdešimt keturi litai

99 devyniasdešimt devyni litai

100 šimtas litų

101 šimtas vienas litas

102 šimtas du litai

Šaunu!  Great!  You made it to the end of another episode!  Šaunu!

Banknotes of the Lithuanian Litas

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