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19:27 Jul 22, 2000
English to Lithuanian translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Hello Vidas. How are you doing? I miss you very mu
This will be placed in a letter to my head waiter from my cruise
Meghan
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naLabas, Vidai! Kaip sekasi? Aš taves labai pasiilgau.Siarhej Shupa
naSveikas, Vidai! Kaip laikaisi? As taves labai pasiilgau.xxxNelly


  

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3 hrs
Sveikas, Vidai! Kaip laikaisi? As taves labai pasiilgau.


Explanation:
The word "As"("I") is pronounced "Ash", and "taves" - "taves" with an accent on "e".

You may use "labas" for "hello" as well, and "Kaip gyveni?" for "How are you doing?".

The accent on "s" in "As" is an upside-down "^". The "e" in "taves" has a "hook" underneath.


xxxNelly
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in LithuanianLithuanian
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23 days
Labas, Vidai! Kaip sekasi? Aš taves labai pasiilgau.


Explanation:
This is it. In case the Lithuanian letters don't show on your computer, the š is an s with \/ -shaped kind of accent over it and e is an e with a c-shaped hook under it.

Siarhej Shupa
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Native speaker of: Native in BelarusianBelarusian, Native in RussianRussian
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