Lithuanian Directions

These are expressions used when giving or getting directions in Lithuanian. Very useful when trying to find your way around or when lost.

Excuse me! (to ask someone): Atsiprašau! (paklausti kieno nors)
Can you show me?: Ar galite man parodyti?
I'm lost: Aš pasiklydau
I'm not from here: Aš ne vietinis
Can I help you?: Ar galiu padėti?
Can you help me?: Ar galite man padėti?
It's near here: Tai netoli
It's far from here: Tai toli nuo čia
Go straight: Eikite tiesiai
Turn left: Pasukite kairėn
Turn right: Pasukite dešinėn
One moment please!: Palaukite sekundę!
Come with me!: Eikite su manimi!
How can I get to the museum? : Kaip galėčiau nuvykti į muziejų?
How long does it take to get there?: Kiek laiko trunka ten nueiti?
Downtown (city center): miesto centras

The following are words which might be used alone or in combination with other words to ask or give directions.

Near: netoli
Far: toli
Right: dešinė
Left: kairė
Straight: tiesiai
There: ten
Here: čia
To walk: eiti
To drive: važiuoti
To turn: pasukti
Traffic light: šviesoforas

We hope you will not need to ask for directions in Lithuanian. If you do need help then the above sentences are essential. Check our menu above to select another topic or click the "Next" button to view the next lesson.

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