She has it.
Better to "keep" tai in the middle.
I understand it.
"I understand" is "suprantu".
I can have it.
Remember that "tai" normally comes in the middle of the two verbs.
I must have it.
"Must" is the same as "have to" (which is also the same as "have") in Lithuanian.
I don’t have it.
Remember to change "tai" to "to", and keep it in the middle. Also remember that "ne" is joined together with the verb as one word.
You don’t understand it.
Again, remember to change "tai" to "to", and keep it in the middle. Also remember that "ne" is joined together with the verb as one word.
She doesn’t speak it.
Keep "ne" joined with the verb.
He wants to speak Lithuanian.
"To speak" was "kalbėti".
I don’t want it.
Keep "ne" together with the verb, and think whether the word in the middle is "tai" or "to" in this case.
I want it.
Remember how "norėti" treats "tai".
I can have it.
Remember that "tai" is normally between the first and the second verb.
I want to speak it.
"Want to" is one word in Lithuanian. "To speak" is "kalbėti".
I have to not to have it.
It should be split into "I have to" + "it" + "not to have". Then "have to" is one word, and so is "not to have". Also remember the rule about "tai" changing to "to".
I study it.
Do you study it?
You say questions as statements, except raising your intonation.
Do you study there?
Remember the word "studijuoja" and work out its "tu" form through following the ultimate rule.
What do you study there?
The order is as follows: "what you there study?"
What do you have?
The order is "what you have?"
What do you want to have?
"To have" is "turėti".
He works there.
Remember that "ten" is usually in the middle.
What does he work?
What do you work?
What do you work there?
The order in this sentence would be "what you there work?"
Hi and thanks.
"And" is "ir", right?
Where is the bank?
"Where" is "kur", and you just ask "where bank?"
Where is the doctor?
Where is the station?
Simply "there". Not extremely polite, but good enough.
Hello. Where is the park? (Is it) there?
Literally this would be: "hi. where park? there?"
Not there. It is not a park, it’s a bank. The park is there.
The word for "not" is "ne". While "ne" does join verbs (becoming "neturėti"), it does NOT join nouns, thus you will be saying literally "it not park".
Where are you from?
The word order in this one is "from where you?"
From America. Where are you from?
Remember to change the ending of "Amerika".
From Lithuania. Do you work? Do you study?
Remember the words "dirba" and "studijuoja", and work out their "tu" form through following the ultimate rule. Also, no need to repeat the "tu".
Where and what?
You remember that "and" is "ir", right?
I’m a doctor.
It's "daktaras" (some vowel change)!
Do you speak Lithuanian?
Yes. I speak English and Lithuanian. Do you understand English?
Yes. I understand English because I have to: I study in English.
Remember that "I have to" is "turiu".
Don’t you work?
Still remember the word "dirba"? Also remember that "ne" goes together with verbs.
No. I can’t. I study.