Thu, 25 October 2007
Have you ever looked at the ten litas or dešimt litų bank note, seen the pilots and the airplane and wondered what it’s all about? The pilots are Lithuanian national heroes (Steponas Darius and Stasys Girenas). They were Lithuanian emigrants to the United States and on 15 July 1933 they flew across the Atlantic Ocean covering 6,411 kilometers without landing. A total of 37 hours, 11 minutes in the air. This was also the first ever transatlantic air mail consignment in history.
Today we want to get away from grammar just a bit and teach you some common phrases that you should be able to pop out of your mouth when you need them.
Please repeat prašom pakartoti
Keep in mind, the sentence, Aš mokausi lietuviškai, can be translated as, I study Lithuanian or I’m studying Lithuanian