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Is mise Tormod
My name is Norman
Seo Iseabail
This is Ishbell
Ciamar a tha thu?
How are you? (Informal)
Ciamar a tha sibh?
How are you? (Formal)
Tha gu math, tapadh leat.
Fine, thank you.
My name is Norman
Is mise Tormod
This is Ishbell
Seo Iseabail
How are you? (Informal)
Ciamar a tha thu?
How are you? (Formal)
Ciamar a that sibh?
Fine, thank you.
Tha gu math, tapadh leat.
Tha gu math, tapadh leibh.
Fine, thank you. (Formal)
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È
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Ù
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Cò às a tha sibh?
Where are you from? (Formal)
Cò às a tha thu?
Where are you from? (Informal)
Tha mi à Leòdhas.
I am from Leodhas.
Tha mi às an Eilean Sgitheanach
I am from THE isle of sky.
Fine, thank you. (Formal)
Tha gu math, tapadh leibh.
Where are you from? (Formal)
Cò às a tha sibh?
Where are you from? (Informal)
Cò às a tha thu?
I am from Lewis.
Tha mi à Leòdhas.
I am from THE isle of sky.
Tha mi às an Eilean Sgitheanach
Tapadh leat.
Thank you. (Informal)
Tapadh leibh.
Thank you. (Formal)
Hallo, a Thormoid.
Hello Norman
Hallo, a Mhairead.
Hello Margaret.
Hallo, Iseabail.
Hello Ishebell.
Thank you. (Informal)
Tapadh leat.
Thank you. (Formal)
Tapadh leibh.
Hello Norman
Hallo, a Thormoid.
Hello Margaret.
Hallo, a Mhairead.
Hello Ishebell.
Hallo, Iseabail.
Tha i brèagha an-diugh.
It is lovely today.
Mi
I, me
Thu
you (Informal)
Sibh
You (Formal)
e
he/it
It is lovely today.
Tha i brèagha an-diugh.
I, me
Mi
you (Informal)
Thu
You (Formal)
Sibh
he/it
e
i
She/it
sinn
we
sibh
you (plural and formal)
iad
they
fhein
you yourself
She/it
i
we
sinn
you (plural and formal)
sibh
they
iad
you yourself
fhein
tha mi
I am
Tha thu
you are
tha e
he is
tha i
she is
tha sinn
we are
I am
tha mi
you are
Tha thu
he is
tha e
she is
tha i
we are
tha sinn
tha sibh
you are (Plural/formal)
tha iad
they are
sgith
tired
mòr
big
beag
little
you are (Plural/formal)
tha sibh
they are
tha iad
tired
sgith
big
mòr
little
beag
fuar
cold
blath
warm
tioram
dry
fliuch
wet
trang
busy
cold
fuar
warm
blath
dry
tioram
wet
fliuch
busy
trang
leisg
lazy
tha iad sgith
they are tired
tha thu tioram
you are dry
tha mi trang
I am busy
lazy
leisg
Tha i beag
she is small
tha e leisg
he is lazy
tha sibh mor
you are big (formal/plural)
we are cold
tha sinn fuar
he is warm
tha e blath
I am cold
Tha mi fuar
you are warm
tha thu blath
they are busy
tha iad trang
he is small
tha e beag
we are tired
tha iad sgith
you are wet
tha sibh fliuch
tha i leisg
she is lazy
tha i fuar
it is cold
chan eil mi trang
I am not busy
nach eil sibh fuar?
arn't you (Formal) cold?
nach eil e blath?
isn't he warm?
A bheil thu sgith?
are you tired?
a bheil i beag?
is she small?
they aren't lazy
Chan eil iad leisg
Are they wet?
a bheil iad fliuch?
is she tired?
a bheil i sgith?
He isn't busy?
Nach eil e trang?
Aren't you cold? (informal)
Nach eil thu fuar?
Isn't she warm?
Nach eil i blath?
He is big
tha e mor
you are lazy
Tha thu leisg
Are you warm?
A bheil thu blath?
Duine
a man
la
a day
a door
doras
a house
taigh
bata
a boat
peann
a pen
the man
an duine
the day
an la
an doras
the door
an taigh
the house
The boat
am bata
the pen
am peann
sgoil
school
nighean
girl/daughter
gille
youth youngman
oidche
night
la
day
taigh
house
eaglais
church
duine
man
leabhar
book
lar
floor
teine
fire
doras
door
bata
boat
loch
loch
rum
room
rathad
road
clean
glan
dirty
salach
high/tall
ard
low
iosal
full
lan
empty
falamph
hot
teth
but
ach
very
gle
Chan eil an sgoil gle blath.
the school was not very warm
tha an lar glan
the floor is clean
A bheil an eaglais lan?
Was the church full?
Nach eil am bata mor?
Isn't the boat large?
tha an la fuar
the day is cold
Nach eil an taigh salach?
Isn't the house dirty?
a bheil an gille sgith?
is the young man lazy?
Chan eil an oidche fuar
the night is not cold
Nach eil an duine ard?
Isn't the man tall?
A bheil an nighean trang?
Is the girl/daughter busy?
the man is very tall
Tha an duine gle ard
The floor isn't dirty
Chan eil an lar salach
Is the door low?
A bheil an doras iosal?
The boat is small
Tha am bata beag
is the book wet?
a bheil an leabhar fliuch?
the school is not big
Chan eil an sgoil mor
Isn't the loch cold?
Nach eil an loch fuar?
The road is dry
Tha an rathad tioram
The church is full
tha an eaglais lan
Isn't the day warm?
Nach eil an la blath?
The night is cold
Tha an oidhche fuar
Is the young man busy?
a bheil an gille trang?
the girl isn't lazy
Chan eil an nighean leisg
The fire is hot
Tha an teine teth
Is the pen empty?
A bheil am peann falamh?
Bha an taigh gle ard
the house was very tall
An robh an eaglais blath?
was the church warm?
Cha robh an nighean trang
The girl was not busy
Nach robh an gille mor?
Isn't the man big?
nach robh an rum ro bheag?
wasn't the room too big?
Cha robh an taigh gle mhor ach bha e gle fhuar
The hous was very big but it was very cold
An robh an eaglais lan?
is the church full?
Cha robh
Was not.
bha an eaglais falamh
the church was empty
The young man wasn't busy.
Cha robh an gille trang
Wasn't the man tired?
Nach robh an duine sgith?
the girl was very lazy
Bha nighean gle leisg
Was the school cold?
an robh an sgoil fuar?
Wasn't the house too big?
Nach robh an taigh ro mhor?
Yes, but the room was very warm
Bha, ach bha an rum gle bhlath
the day wasn't warm but the night was very cold
Chan robh an la blath ach bha an oidhche gle fhuar
The church was very full
Bha an eaglais gle lan
Calum
Malcolm
Domhnall
donald
Iain
john
Seumas
James
Uilleam
william
Catriona
Catherine
Ealasaid
elizabeth
Morag
Sarah, Morag
Tha mairi aig an taich ach tha seuam anns an sgoil.
Mary is at the house but james is in school
An robh iain anns an eaglais?
Was john in church?
Chan eil Seonaid agus Calum anns an taigh
Janet and Malcolm were not in the house
Nach eil an leabhar anns an rum?
Isn't the book in the room?
Cha robh Tearlach ain an doras
Charles was not at the door
The book isn't on the floor in the room
Chan eil an leabhar air an lar anns an room
Margaret was in school but ann was at home
Bha Mairead anns an sgoil ach bha Anna aig an taigh
The day is wet but donald was on the loch in a boat
Tha an la fliuch ach bha air an loch anns am bata
Isn't john in the house?
Nach eil Iain anns an taigh
We were warm near the fire but the night was cold.
Bha sinn blath faisg air an teine ach bha an oidhche fuar
James is busy on the road but Malcom is in the church
Tha seumas trang air an rathad ach tha Calum anns an eaglais
Ceilidh
Ceilidh, visit
Taigh-osda
Hotel
co-diubh
However
feasgar
evening
Ceilidh, visit
Ceilidh
Hotel
Taigh-osda
However
co-diubh
evening
feasgar
mòd
mod
mod
mòd
idir
at all
a-nochd
tonight
cladach
shore
bòrd
table
at all
idir
tonight
a-nochd
shore
cladach
table
bòrd
bùth
shop
shop
bùth
an-dè
yesterday
an-diugh
today
a-màireach
tomorrow
an-raoir
last night
yesterday
an-dè
today
an-diugh
tomorrow
a-màireach
last night
an-raoir
ag obair
working
working
ag obair
seomar
room
room
seomar
John is in church today but james is at home and donald is in school
Tha an Iain anns an eaglais an-diugh ach tha Seamus aig an taigh agus tha domhnall anns an sgoil
Bha iad sgith an-de agus cha robh iad aig an sgoil
They were tired yesterday and they weren't at school.
they were on the loch, however.
Bha iad air an loch, co-diubh.
Tha mairi anns an taigh agus tha i gle trang
Mary is in the house and she is very busy
She is at the fire
The i aig an teine
the an leabhar air an lar faisg air an teine
The book is on the floor near the fire
The girl was at the door but the tall man was busy working on the road
Bha an nighean aig an doras ach bha an duine ard trang ag obair air on rathad
Bha i blath agus cha robh iad fuar idir
It was warm and they weren't cold at all
Wasn't mary very warm working near the fire?
An robh mairi gle bhlath ag obair faisg air teine
Can words starting with D be lenited?
No
Can words starting with T be lenited?
No
Can words starting with L be lenited?
No
Can words starting with N be lenited?
No
Can words starting with R be lenited?
No
Can words starting with Sg be lenited?
No
Can words starting with Sm be lenited?
No
Can words starting with Sp be lenited?
No
Can words starting with St be lenited?
No
Can words starting with B be lenited?
Yes
Can words starting with F be lenited?
Yes
Can words starting with M be lenited?
Yes
Can words starting with a vowel be lenited?
No
Can words starting with P be lenited?
Yes
Can words starting with C be lenited?
Yes
Can words starting with G be lenited?
Yes
Can words starting with Sl be lenited?
Yes, but it is prefixed with a t to show lenition
Can words starting with Sn be lenited?
Yes, but it is prefixed with a t to show lenition
Can words starting with Sr be lenited?
Yes, but it is prefixed with a t to show lenition
Can words starting with S+a vowel be lenited?
Yes, but it is prefixed with a t to show lenition
anns an rum
in the room
dhan cheilidh
to the ceilidh
in a boat
ann am bata
air an chladach
on the shore
at a hotel
aig taigh-osda
aig an mhod
at the mod
on a board
aig bord
dhan sgoil
to the school
on the road
air an rathad
aig an doras
at the door
To glasgow
Dhan glaschu
aig ceilidh
at a ceilidh
in a boat
ann am bata
air cladach
on a shore
do thaigh
to a hotel
air feasgar
on an evening
do cheilidh
to a ceilidh
ann an taigh
in a house
at a table
aig bord
aig an cheilidh
at the ceilidh
in the church
anns an eaglais
don taigh
to the house
air an lar
on the floor
in the evening
anns an fheasgar
to the shop
don buth
air an rathad
on the road
at the mod
don mod
don cladach
to the shore
on the loch
air an loch
aig an sgoil
at the school
in the room
anns an rum
air an bhord
on the table
at the hotel
aig an taigh
anns am bhata
in the boat
don duine
to the man
dun eideann
edinburgh
Glasgow
glaschu
Obaireadhain
Aberdeen
Dundee
dun Deagh
Peairt
Perth
Sruighle
Stirling
Inbhir Nis
Inverness
Stornoway
Steornabhaigh
Portree
Portrigh
a
from, out of
bho/o
from
de
of
gun
without
fo
under
from, out of
a
from
bho/o
of
de
without
gun
under
fo
gu
to, towards
le
with, by
ri
to, at, against
mu
about, concerning
mar
like as
to, towards
gu
with, by
le
to, at, against
ri
about, concerning
mu
like as
mar
ro
before
seachad air
past
thairis air
across
tro
through
the definite form of 'a baile'
from a village
as an bhaile
from the village
before
ro
past
seachad air
across
thairis air
through
tro
'as an bhaile' - 'from the village'
is the definite form of what prep?
the definite form of 'a baile'
from a village
'gu baile'
to a village
What is the definite form of this prep?
'Gus an bhaile'
to/till the village
'le peann'
with a pen
what is the definite form of this prep?
'leis an pheann'
with the pen
'ri duine
to a man
what is the definite form of this prep?
'ris an duine'
'to the man'
Gus an bhaile
what is the indefinite form and meaning?
gu baile
to a village
Leis an pheann
what is the indefinite form and meaning?
le peann
with a pen
ris an duine
what is the indefinite form and meaning?
ri duine
to a man
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho/o, de, gun, fo, mar, mu, ro, and tro are like do in that they lenite indefinite nouns which follow them
bho bhord
from a table
mun cheilidh
about the cheilidh
ron
before (the) school
gu Dun Eidean
to/towards Edinburgh
fon bhata
under the boat
from a table
bho bhord
about the cheilidh
mun cheilidh
before (the) school
ron
to/towards Edinburgh
gu Dun Eidean
under the boat
fon bhata
as an t-seomar
out of/from the room
ri duine
at/against the man
leis an nighean
with the girl
mar bhord
like a table
de bhalach
of a boy
out of/from the room
as an t-seomar
at/against the man
ri duine
with the girl
leis an nighean
like a table
mar bhord
of a boy
de bhalach
towards the shop
gus an bhuth
from the window
bhon uinneig
through the town
tro bhaile
under the house
fon taigh
gus an bhuth
to the shop
bhon uinneig
from the window
tro bhaile
through the town
fon taigh
under the house
with the boy
leis an bhalach
leis an bhalach
with the boy
about a shop
mu bhuth
past the room
seachad air an t-seomar
of the man
den duine
out of the village
as an bhaile
before the evening
ron fheasgar
mu bhuth
about a shop
seachad air an t-seomar
past the room
de dhuine
of the man
as an bhaile
out of the village
ron fheasgar
before the evening
bithidh
future of 'tha'
am bi
future of 'a bheil'
cha bhi
future of 'chan eil'
nach bi
future of 'nach eil'
future of 'tha'
bithidh
future of 'a bheil'
am bi
future of 'chan eil'
cha bhi
future of 'nach eil'
nach bi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'seinn
singing
seinn
sheinn mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'bruidhinn
speaking
bruidhinn
bhruidhinn mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'leaghadh
reading
leugh
leugh mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'sgriobhadh
writing
sgriobh
sgriobh mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'cluich
playing
cluich
chliuch mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'cur
putting
cuir
chuir mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'toiseachadh
starting
toisich
thoisich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'ceannachd
buying
ceannaich
cheannaich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
ag iasgach
fishing
iasgaich
dh'iasgaich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
ag itheadh
eating
ith
dh'ith
What is the meaning and past case of
ag ol
drinking
ol
dh'ol mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'fagail
leaving
fag
dh'fhag mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'coiseachd
walking
coisich
choisich
What is the meaning and past case of
a'ruith
running
ruith
ruith mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'leum
jumping
leum
leum mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'tilleadh
returning
till
thill mi
What is the meaning and past case of
ag obair
working
obraich
dh'obraich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
ag ionnsachadh
learning
ionnsaich
dh'ionnsaich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'fuireach
staying
fuirich
dh'fhuirich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'suidhe
sitting
suidh
shuidh mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'seashamh
standing
seas
sheas mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'bualadh
hitting
buail
bhuail mi
What is the meaning and past case of
ag iarraidh
asking, wanting
iarr
dh'iarr mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'togail
lifting building
tog
thog mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'fas
growing
fas
dh'fhas mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'fosgladh
opening
fosgail
dh'fhosgail
What is the meaning and past case of
a'dunadh
shutting
duin
dhuin mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'cumail
holding
cum
chum mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'saoilsinn
thinking
saoil
shaoil mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'smaointeachadh
thinking
smaointich
shmaointich mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'creidsinn
believing
creid
chreid mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'gluasad
moving
gluais
ghluais mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'tilgeil
throwing
tilg
thilg mi
What is the meaning and past case of
a'fantainn
waiting
fan
dh'fhan
What are the past tense forms for:
a'breith
bearing
beir
Affirm: rug mi
Interr: an d'rug mi
Neg: cha d'rug mi
Neg. Int/Dep: nach d'rug thu
Aff. Dep: gun d'rug mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'cluinntinn
hearing
cluinn
Affirm: chuala mi
Interr: an cuala tu
Neg: cha chuala mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach chuala tu
Aff. Dep: gun cuala mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'deanamh
making, doing
dean
Affirm: rinn mi
Interr: an d'rinn thu
Neg: cha d'rinn mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach d'rinn thu
Aff. Dep: gun d'rinn mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'dol
going
rach
Affirm: chaidh mi
Interr:an deach thu
Neg:cha deach mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach deach thu
Aff. Dep: gun deach mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'facinn
seeing
faic
Affirm:chunnaic mi
Interr:an faca thu
Neg:cha fhaca mi
Neg. Int/Dep: nach fhace tu
Aff. Dep: gum faca mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'faighhinn
finding getting
faigh
Affirm: fhuair mi
Interr:an d'fhuair thu
Neg:cha d'fhuair mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach fhaca tu
Aff. Dep: gun d'fhuair mi
What are the past tense forms for:
ag radh
saying
abair
Affirm:thuirt mi
Interr:an tuirt thu
Neg:cha tuirt mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach tuirt thu
Aff. Dep:gun tuirt mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'ruigsinn
reaching
ruig
Affirm:rainig mi
Interr:an d'rainig thu
Neg:cha d'rainig mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach tainig thu
Aff. Dep:gun tainig mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'tighinn
coming
thig
Affirm:thainig mi
Interr:an tainig thu
Neg:cha tainig mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach tainig thu
Aff. Dep:gun tainig mi
What are the past tense forms for:
a'toirt
giving
thoir
Affirm:thug mi
Interr:an tug thu
Neg:cha tug mi
Neg. Int/Dep:nach tug thu
Aff. Dep:gun tug mi