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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)


Nov 28, 2008

Exam 37
Trisdešimt septintas 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!

duktė / dukra

in Lithuania                                               

I have a wife                                             
aš turiu žmoną

I have a question                                        
aš turiu klausimą

do you have a car? (tu)                               
ar tu turi automobilį?

do you have a passport? (tu)                        
ar tu turi pasą?

he has a problem                                         
jis turi problemą

he has a female friend                                  
jis turi draugę

she has a male friend                                   
ji turi draugą

she has a husband                                        
ji turi vyrą

we have an idea!                                        
mes turime idėją!

we have a good friend                                 
mes turime bičiulį

do you have a passport?                              
ar jūs turite pasą?

do you have a wife?                                   
ar turite žmoną?

do you all have a car?                                 
ar jūs turite automobilį?

do you all have a question?                          
ar turite klausimą?

they have a problem                                     
jie turi problemą

they have a house                                  
jie turi namą

do they have a question?                             
ar jos turi klausimą?

they have an idea                                        
jos turi idėją

I have to go                                        
aš turiu eiti

you have to study                                        
turite studijuoti

she has to work                                    
ji turi dirbti

they have to study                                       
jie turi studijuoti

I have to run                                         
aš turiu bėgti

you have to sleep                                     
turi miegoti

I have to eat                                            
aš turiu valgyti

do you have to go to Klaipėda?                     
ar jūs turite važiuoti į Klaipėdą?

he has to read the book                                
jis turi skaityti knygą

I have to wait                                         
aš turiu palaukti

we have to go (to) downtown                        
mes turime važiuoti į miesto centrą

do they have to wait in the airport?              
ar jos turi palaukti oro uoste?

my greatest wish is to travel to Lithuania    
mano didžiausias noras yra keliauti į Lietuvą

my greatest wish is to travel to Paris            
mano didžiausias noras yra keliauti į Paryžių

my greatest wish is to speak Lithuanian      
mano didžiausias noras yra kalbėti lietuviškai

my greatest wish is to understand Lithuanian
mano didžiausias noras yra suprasti lietuviškai

my greatest wish is to study in Lithuania      
mano didžiausias noras yra studijuoti Lietuvoje

I think that she is beautiful                            
manau, jog ji yra graži

we think that they are handsome                  
manome, jog jie yra gražūs

I need a well paying job                               
man reikia gerai apmokamo darbo

the family’s tradition                                     
šeimos tradicija

our family’s tradition                                    
mūsų šeimos tradicija

our greatest wish is to be together              
mūsų didžiausias noras yra būti kartu

our greatest wish is to return to Lithuania    
mūsų didžiausias noras yra grįžti į Lietuvą

my greatest wish is to speak Lithuanian        
mano didžiausias noras yra kalbėti lietuviškai

my greatest wish is to visit Lithuania            
mano didžiausias noras yra apsilankyti Lietuvoje