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Lithuanian language

Over 80% of Lithuanians consider the Lithuanian language to be their mother tongue. Lithuanian is one of the oldest languages alive, originating from the Baltic branch of Indo-European languages along with German, Roman and Slavic languages. Lithuanian also retains the nominal morphology found in Sanskrit and Latin. Lithuanian utilizes an adapted version of the Roman alphabet allowing foreigners to easily read text.
Although most Lithuanians are fluent in English, it is less common outside of large cities. It is always useful to know key phrases, so here is an introductory lesson.
Labas rytas
Good morning
Laba diena
Good afternoon
Labas vakaras
Good evening
Viso gero
Goodbye
Labas
Hello/Hi
Iki
See you
Kaip sekasi?
How are you?
Ačiū, gerai. O tu?
Fine, thanks. And you?
Atsiprašau
I am sorry/Excuse me/Pardon
Prašau
Please
Ne
No
Taip
Yes
Atsiprašau, aš nekalbu lietuviškai
Sorry, I do not speak Lithuanian
Atsiprašau, bet aš nesuprantu
Sorry, but I do not understand
Suprantate?
Do you understand?
Suprantate angliškai?
Do you understand English?
Taip, suprantu
Yes, I understand
Ne, nesuprantu
No, I do not understand
Pakartokite prašau
Could you repeat that please?
Prašau meniu
Can I have the menu, please?
Prašau sąskaitą
Can I have the bill, please?
Koks tavo vardas
What is your name?
Mano vardas Vilma
My name is Vilma
Vieną bilietą prašau
One ticket please
Kiek tai kainuoja?
How much does it cost?
Į sveikatą!
Cheers!
Kur yra …?
Where is…?
Parduotuvė
Supermarket
Biblioteka
Library
Paštas
Post Office
Bankas
Bank
Kino teatras
Cinema
Bažnyčia
Church
Muziejus
Museum
Baseinas
Swimming pool
Sporto klubas
Sports club
Kioskas
Kiosk
Tualetas
Toilet
Vaistinė
Pharmacy
Bankomatas
ATM
 
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