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I don't know any Lithuanians, so there won't be any content from me in the foreseeable future. If you are Lithuanian, and would like to help, send me an e-mail: info (at) single-serving dot com. I live in Denver, Colorado, USA right now, but can easily work with anyone via email. For the audio recording (which is the very last stage) I would need to come to you, or you would need to be in Denver.

Lithuanian for "I love you":   Tave myliu.

Check out the Lithuanian Global Resources
Language Resources Page
Lithuanian Alphabet
Lithuanian Lesson
Jancada has a good foreign language page for Lithuanian
Wikipedia's excellent Lithuanian language page

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Hello:   laba diena
Good morning:   labas rytas
Good evening:   labas vakaras
Good night:   labanakt
Goodbye:   viso gero
See you!:   iki!

How are you?:   kaip sekasi?
Thank you:   aèiû
Sorry/excuse me:   atsipraðau
Please:   praðom

Yes:   taip
No:   ne
What?:   kà?
Who?:   kas?
When?:   kada?
Where?:   kur?
Why?:   kodël?
Cheers!:   á sveikatà!

Where's the toilet?:   kur tualetas?