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Preparing a trip

Preparing a trip

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Pasiruošimas kelionei

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You have to pack our suitcase! T- ------u-raut- m--ų --g-min-! T- t--- s------- m--- l-------- T- t-r- s-k-a-t- m-s- l-g-m-n-! ------------------------------- Tu turi sukrauti mūsų lagaminą! 0
Don’t forget anything! T--ni--o-net-ri---mi-št-! T- n---- n----- p-------- T- n-e-o n-t-r- p-m-r-t-! ------------------------- Tu nieko neturi pamiršti! 0
You need a big suitcase! Tau--e-ki- di----o laga-ino! T-- r----- d------ l-------- T-u r-i-i- d-d-l-o l-g-m-n-! ---------------------------- Tau reikia didelio lagamino! 0
Don’t forget your passport! Ne-am-r-k -e--o-------o! N-------- k------- p---- N-p-m-r-k k-l-o-ė- p-s-! ------------------------ Nepamiršk kelionės paso! 0
Don’t forget your ticket! Ne-amir-- l--tu-o bi--et-! N-------- l------ b------- N-p-m-r-k l-k-u-o b-l-e-o- -------------------------- Nepamiršk lėktuvo bilieto! 0
Don’t forget your traveller’s cheques / traveler’s checks (am.)! N---m---- --l-o--s čekių! N-------- k------- č----- N-p-m-r-k k-l-o-ė- č-k-ų- ------------------------- Nepamiršk kelionės čekių! 0
Take some suntan lotion with you. Pa---mk k--m--nuo -au-ės. P------ k---- n-- s------ P-s-i-k k-e-ą n-o s-u-ė-. ------------------------- Pasiimk kremą nuo saulės. 0
Take the sun-glasses with you. P-s-imk---ini-- nu- ---l-s. P------ a------ n-- s------ P-s-i-k a-i-i-s n-o s-u-ė-. --------------------------- Pasiimk akinius nuo saulės. 0
Take the sun hat with you. Pasiim- s----ė-----o sa--ė-. P------ s------- n-- s------ P-s-i-k s-r-b-l- n-o s-u-ė-. ---------------------------- Pasiimk skrybėlę nuo saulės. 0
Do you want to take a road map? A--p-si-ms---el-ų že------? A- p------- k---- ž-------- A- p-s-i-s- k-l-ų ž-m-l-p-? --------------------------- Ar pasiimsi kelių žemėlapį? 0
Do you want to take a travel guide? A---a-----i--e--o--ų v-do-ą? A- p------- k------- v------ A- p-s-i-s- k-l-o-i- v-d-v-? ---------------------------- Ar pasiimsi kelionių vadovą? 0
Do you want to take an umbrella? A- ---i-m-i l-e-s-r--? A- p------- l--------- A- p-s-i-s- l-e-s-r-į- ---------------------- Ar pasiimsi lietsargį? 0
Remember to take pants, shirts and socks. Nep--irš----ln-ų, --r-k--ių---pu-)-kojinių. N-------- k------ m--------- (---- k------- N-p-m-r-k k-l-i-, m-r-k-n-ų- (-u-) k-j-n-ų- ------------------------------------------- Nepamiršk kelnių, marškinių, (pus) kojinių. 0
Remember to take ties, belts and sports jackets. N--a----k k----r--ščių, ---žų- š---kų. N-------- k------------ d----- š------ N-p-m-r-k k-k-a-a-š-i-, d-r-ų- š-a-k-. -------------------------------------- Nepamiršk kaklaraiščių, diržų, švarkų. 0
Remember to take pyjamas, nightgowns and t-shirts. N-p------ pi---ų- nak---ių-ma-šk-n-ų -----r-ki--li-. N-------- p------ n------- m-------- i- m----------- N-p-m-r-k p-ž-m-, n-k-i-i- m-r-k-n-ų i- m-r-k-n-l-ų- ---------------------------------------------------- Nepamiršk pižamų, naktinių marškinių ir marškinėlių. 0
You need shoes, sandals and boots. T-u-r-iki---a--- --ndalų--a-li-u--. T-- r----- b---- s------- a-------- T-u r-i-i- b-t-, s-n-a-ų- a-l-n-k-. ----------------------------------- Tau reikia batų, sandalų, aulinukų. 0
You need handkerchiefs, soap and a nail clipper. Tau-rei-ia-n-s---ų, muil-- žirkl---ų na-am-. T-- r----- n------- m----- ž-------- n------ T-u r-i-i- n-s-n-ų- m-i-o- ž-r-l-č-ų n-g-m-. -------------------------------------------- Tau reikia nosinių, muilo, žirklučių nagams. 0
You need a comb, a toothbrush and toothpaste. Tau re-ki- š-k---dantų---p-t--i- ir-da-t--pas-o-. T-- r----- š---- d---- š-------- i- d---- p------ T-u r-i-i- š-k-, d-n-ų š-p-t-l-o i- d-n-ų p-s-o-. ------------------------------------------------- Tau reikia šukų, dantų šepetėlio ir dantų pastos. 0

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