029 Say Labas: Lithuanian In the plane

This is episode number 29 and this is your Lithuanian podcast, you guessed it we have left Lithuania and arrived in a new country!!! a slightly warmer country too, listen to find out where we have ended up. Four countries, 3 Continents and one podcast this is Say Labas :D!! What are we talking about? We travelled almost 10 000 km and managed to podcast a few little snip bits along the way to our “secret” destination… Have a listen! we hope you find it entertaining!

In the airplane - lithuanian podcast

This episodes theme is all about “in the plane”… words, phrases and some practise sentences to use the next time you find yourself on an aeroplane. Tim mentions an article he read about an extremely smart Lithuanian, for those of you who want to know more you can find the article right over here.

In our Towns and Cities of Lithuania section you can learn all about a fascinating place called Plateliai found on the west bank of the beautiful Lake Plateliai, one of the largest lake in Samogitia.

This weeks transcript for spelling and translations help yourself:

Episode 29 - In the plane
5Pasų kontrolėPassport control
7Skrydžio numerisFlight number
10Vietos numerisSeat number
11StiuardesėAir hostess
12Aš turiu du lagaminus.I have two bags.
13Kur yra Jūsų bilietas?Where's your ticket?
14Parodykite pasą prašau.Show a passport please.
15Aš keliauju su dviem vaikais.I'm travelling with two kids.

Below is this weeks dialogue from time to talk… we hope you find is helpful.

Example 1

Laba diena. Ar Jūs turite bagažą?
Taip aš turiu du lagaminus.
Prašau parodyti bilietą.
Taip, žinoma.

Example 2

Gal galite pasakyti ar laiku išskrenda lėktuvas į Romą?
Žinoma, prašau pasakyti skrydžio numerį.
Labai apgailestauju bet Jūsų skrydis atidėtas dviem valandom.
Labai ačiū už informaciją.

Summary of Today’s show:

  • Introduction
  • Towns/Cities of Lithuania
  • Lesson 29
  • Example Sentences
  • Talk Time
  • News of the week
  • Facts & History
  • Goodbye

News of the week this time round is all about some very famous Lithuanian dancers and how they managed to take the gold in China, Tim tells us all about a very special day that all Lithuanians celebrate and why those who have passed away are never really forgotten in Lithuanian culture. Yes we are talking about the day of the dead.

Solveiga recently just posted her first ever blog post on the blog section of this site you can read all about a very secret place called Švėkšna! Have you ever been to Švėkšna? Do you have a favourite or a secret place in Lithuania you want to let us know about? get in touch with us.

Well thats all we have for you this time around thanks as always for listening and for spending your time with us.

Until next time.. Viso gero!

Tim & Solveiga.




Background music credit goes to

Thatched Villagers | Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)