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In the past tense, verbs take a "H" after the first letter in the positive, in the negative and asking a question, unless the verb starts with a vowel. (There are Exceptions as well as vowels that do not follow this rule).
Example: To clean = Glan
Ghlan mè. Nìor ghlan mè. Ar ghlann me?
(Exceptions = R, S, L, F).
If the verb starts with a vowel, however (a,e,i,o,u) then you start it with a D' in the positive, and you leave it alone in the negative and asking a question.
Example: To ask = iarr.
D'iarr mè. Nìor iarr mè. Ar iarr mè?
If the verb starts with an R, S, or L, you leave it alone in the positive, negative and asking a question.
Example: To run = Rith.
Rith mè. Nìor rith mè. Ar rith mè?
If the verb starts with an F, in the positive you add a D' and a "H". In the negative and asking a question, you drop the D' and just add a H.
Example: To stay = Fan.
D'fhan mè. Nìor fhan mè. Ar fhan mè?