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54 [penkiasdešimt keturi]


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I want to buy a present. aaaaa (A-)-no-ė--a--pir-t--do----. (--- n------- p----- d------ (-š- n-r-č-a- p-r-t- d-v-n-. ---------------------------- (Aš) norėčiau pirkti dovaną. 0
But nothing too expensive. aaaaa B-t----nor-----rangaus. B-- k- n--- n---------- B-t k- n-r- n-b-a-g-u-. ----------------------- Bet ką nors nebrangaus. 0
Maybe a handbag? aaaaa G---ra-kin-? G-- r------- G-l r-n-i-ę- ------------ Gal rankinę? 0
Which color would you like? aaaaa K-kios-spa---- -o--tumė--? K----- s------ n---------- K-k-o- s-a-v-s n-r-t-m-t-? -------------------------- Kokios spalvos norėtumėte? 0
Black, brown or white? aaaaa J----, ru-ą ar-b-l--? J----- r--- a- b----- J-o-ą- r-d- a- b-l-ą- --------------------- Juodą, rudą ar baltą? 0
A large one or a small one? aaaaa D-d------ ma--? D----- a- m---- D-d-l- a- m-ž-? --------------- Didelę ar mažą? 0
May I see this one, please? aaaaa Ar -al-u š-----as--i---t-? A- g---- š--- p----------- A- g-l-u š-t- p-s-ž-ū-ė-i- -------------------------- Ar galiu šitą pasižiūrėti? 0
Is it made of leather? aaaaa Ar j---d---? A- j- o----- A- j- o-i-ė- ------------ Ar ji odinė? 0
Or is it made of plastic? aaaaa A---i iš-od-s-p-k-ita--? A- j- i- o--- p--------- A- j- i- o-o- p-k-i-a-o- ------------------------ Ar ji iš odos pakaitalo? 0
Of leather, of course. aaaaa Ž----a, -- --os. Ž------ i- o---- Ž-n-m-, i- o-o-. ---------------- Žinoma, iš odos. 0
This is very good quality. aaaaa T---l-ba- g-r-----y--. T-- l---- g--- k------ T-i l-b-i g-r- k-k-b-. ---------------------- Tai labai gera kokybė. 0
And the bag is really very reasonable. aaaaa Ir-ran---- ---rai ne-rangi. I- r------ t----- n-------- I- r-n-i-ė t-k-a- n-b-a-g-. --------------------------- Ir rankinė tikrai nebrangi. 0
I like it. aaaaa J--man----inka. J- m-- p------- J- m-n p-t-n-a- --------------- Ji man patinka. 0
I’ll take it. aaaaa Aš j---e-k-. A- j- p----- A- j- p-r-u- ------------ Aš ją perku. 0
Can I exchange it if needed? aaaaa A- p--re---s-gal-si- ją p-ke-sti--i--? A- p-------- g------ j- p------- k---- A- p-i-e-k-s g-l-s-u j- p-k-i-t- k-t-? -------------------------------------- Ar prireikus galėsiu ją pakeisti kita? 0
Of course. aaaaa S-v-i-e s--rant-ma. S------ s---------- S-v-i-e s-p-a-t-m-. ------------------- Savaime suprantama. 0
We’ll gift wrap it. aaaaa M-s j- s-pa--o-ime----- d-v---. M-- j- s---------- k--- d------ M-s j- s-p-k-o-i-e k-i- d-v-n-. ------------------------------- Mes ją supakuosime kaip dovaną. 0
The cashier is over there. aaaaa Šta- -e- --a-k---. Š--- t-- y-- k---- Š-a- t-n y-a k-s-. ------------------ Štai ten yra kasa. 0

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