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Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby mintythewolfxoxo » Wed Aug 23, 2017 8:08 am

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Hello: Svieki or Labas
Good morning: Labas rytas
Good afternoon: Laba diena
How are you?: Kaip sekasi or Kaip laikaisi
Good: Gerai
Everything is good: Viskas gerai
Bad: Blogai
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Fact:
Lithuania's favorite sport is Basketball

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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby LegendSilloe » Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:36 am

oh hey!


or should i say

labas?


yep i'm from Lithuania too!

also it is Sveiki.
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby nicaise » Thu Oct 05, 2017 9:24 am

        Labas! I'm Lithuanian-American and hopefully I'll be able to learn the language soon
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby Chinchy » Sun Dec 03, 2017 4:31 am

As peridotite pointed out, it is Sveiki. Not much else to say from me tbh, but I am Lithuanian.

Favourite sport does not cover it, I think. There's a reason we say it's like a second religion, no? XD
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby paiisley » Sun Dec 03, 2017 4:33 am

mano lietuviska mokykla visalaika sakydavo "kaip tau sekasi?"

i can speak lithuanian & english fluently (although I can't write lithuanian very well :,( )
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby nicaise » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:23 am

      Hey! I definitely don't want to argue, but I am confused. In trying to learn Lithuanian, all the sources I've come across say that "labas" is casual and that "sveiki" is polite. Is that not correct?
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby paiisley » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:38 am

nicaise wrote:
      Hey! I definitely don't want to argue, but I am confused. In trying to learn Lithuanian, all the sources I've come across say that "labas" is casual and that "sveiki" is polite. Is that not correct?


labas is like a "hello" whereas sveiki (or sveikinam) is like a "greetings/welcome"
but I hate both of those terms because they sound so formal. i say "labutis" which is basically saying "hi-sies"
i think the previous people were just correcting the original poster, who put "svieki" instead of "sveiki" which dramatically changes the sound ^^
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby LegendSilloe » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:13 pm

i also sometimes hate those terms, i use Labukas
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby nicaise » Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:58 pm

      Gotcha. Thanks guys!

      Also, I am working on a speech that I'm doing for Gediminas in my APEURO class, would anyone be willing to check my absolutely god-awful grammar at any point? (I'm doing it in Lithuanian and suffering). I would really appreciate it!
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Re: Lithuanian <3 Simple Lithuanian phrases

Postby LegendSilloe » Sun Dec 17, 2017 6:39 pm

nicaise wrote:
      Gotcha. Thanks guys!

      Also, I am working on a speech that I'm doing for Gediminas in my APEURO class, would anyone be willing to check my absolutely god-awful grammar at any point? (I'm doing it in Lithuanian and suffering). I would really appreciate it!



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