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Hallo
Hello
Latha math
Good day (m.)

(lah-uh mah)
Madainn mhath
Good morning (f.)

(mat-een vah)
Feasgar math
Good afternoon/evening (m.)

(fess-kerr mah)
Oidhche mhath
Goodnight (f.)

(eye-khuh vah)
Ciamar a tha sibh?
How are you? (formal & pl.)

(kimurr uh hah sheev)
Ciamar a tha thu?
How are you? (familiar)

(kimurr uh hah oo)
Tha gu math
(I am) well

(hah guh mah)
Chan eil dona
Not bad

(khun-yell donah)
Tha mi ceart gu leor
I'm alright

(hah mee kyarsht guh lyawrr)
Chan eil mi gu math
I'm not well

(khan-yell mee guh mah)
Tha mi tinn
I'm ill/sick

(hah mee cheen)
Tha mi beagan nas fhearr
I'm a little bit better

(hah mee bekkan nash-yahrr)
Tha mi fada nas fhearr
I'm much better

(hah mee fatah nash-yahrr)
Tha mi gle mhath
I'm really well

(hah mee gley vah)
Tha mi air bhioran
I'm so excited

(hah mee err virran)
Tapadh leibh
Thankyou (formal)

(tapah lyeyv)
Tapadh leat
Thankyou (familiar)

(tapah lyahht)
Moran taing
Many thanks

(mawran taing)
'S e ur beatha
You're welcome/Don't mention it

(sheh oor behah)
Ciamar a tha sibh fhein?
How are you yourself? (formal)

(kimurr uh hah sheeb heyn)
Ciamar a tha thu fhein?
How are you yourself? (familiar)

(kimurr uh hah oo heyn)
Tha i breagha an-diugh
It's lovely today

(hah ee bree-ah unjyoo)
An-diugh
Today

(unjyoo)
A-maireach
Tomorrow

(uh-marr-okh)
An-de
Yesterday

(un-jey)
Bha i breagha an-de
It was lovely yesterday

(vah ee bree-ah un-jey)
Bha
Was/were

(vah)
Tha
Is/am/are

(hah)
I
She/it (f.)

(ee)
Tha mi
I am

(hah mee)
Tha thu
You are (familiar)

(hah oo)
Tha i
She is, it is (f.)

(hah ee)
Tha e
He is, it is (m.)

(hah eh)
Tha sinn
We are

(hah sheen)
Tha sibh
You are (formal/plural)

(hah sheev)
Tha iad
They are

(hah ee-at)
Tha Mairi
Mary is

(hah Maa-ree)
Tha Seumas
James is

(hah shey-muss)
Tha Mairi agus Seumas
Mary and James are

(hah maa-ree aguss shey-muss)
Agus
And

(aguss)
Tha mi a' dol
I am going

(hah mee uh dawl)
Tha mi a' tighinn
I am coming

(hah mee uh chee-een)
Tha Mairi a' dol
Mary is going

(hah maa-ree uh dawl)
Tha Seumas a' tighinn
James is coming

(hah shey-muss uh chee-een)
Airson
For

(er-sonn)
Dinnear
Dinner

(jee-nyerr)
Airson dineir
For dinner

(er-sonn jee-nyerr)
Tha Seumas agus Mairi a' tighinn airson dinneir
James and Mary are coming for dinner

(hah shey-muss aguss maa-ree uh tee-een er-sonn jee-nyerr)
Am bi thu a' tighinn airson dinneir?
Will you be coming for dinner?

(am bee oo uh tee-een er-sonn jee-nyerr)
Bidh
(I) will be

(bee)
Cha bhi
(I) will not be

(khah vee)
Gu mi-fhortunach
Unfortunately

(guh mee orsh-tan-okh)
Bidh mi a' dol a-mach airson dinneir
I will be going out for dinner

(bee mee uh dawl uh makh er-sonn jee-nyerr)
De rinn thu an-diugh?
What did you do today?

(jey rhine oo un-jyoo)
Cha do rinn mi sion
I didn't do anything

(khah daw rhine mee shee-unn)
Chaidh mi a-mach airson dinneir
I went out for dinner

(khaye mee a-makh er-sonn jee-nyerr)
Tha mi ag ionnsachadh Gaidhlig
I am learning (Scottish) Gaelic

(hah mee ugg yoon-sakh-agh gaa-lik)
Tha mi ag ionnsachadh Gaidhlig agus Gaeilge
I am learning Scottish and Irish Gaelic

(hah mee ugg yoon-sakh-agh gaa-lik aguss gwey-liguh)
Tha Gaidhlig furasta
Gaelic is easy

(hah gaa-lik foor-asta)
Chaidh mi
I went

(khaye mee)
Chunnaic mi
I saw

(khooneekh mee)
Rinn mi
I did/made

(rhine mee)
Bha mi
I was

(vah mee)
Thainig mi
I came

(haa-nig mee)
Rainig mi
I arrived

(raa-nig mee)
Chuala mi
I heard

(khoo-alah mee)
Thuirt mi
I said

(hoorsht mee)
Chaidh mi dhachaigh
I went home/homewards

(khaye mee GHakhee)
Chunnaic mi eala
I saw a swan

(khooneekh mee eh-alah)
Rinn mi ceic
I made a cake

(rhine mee keyk)
Bha mi ann
I was there

(vah mee oune)
Thainig mi aig tri uaireanan
I came at three o'clock

(haa-nig mee ekk tree oo-er-an)
Chuala mi cuthag
I heard a cuckoo

(khoo-alah mee koo-ak)
Thuirt mi leis/ris
I said to him

(hoorsht mee leysh/reesh)
aon
one

(eun)
da
two

(daa)
tri
three

(tree)
ceithir
four

(kehirr)
coig
five

(koh-ihk)
sia
six

(shee-ah)
seachd
seven

(shyakh-k)
ochd
eight

(awkh-k)
naoi
nine

(neu-ee)
deich
ten

(jeykh)
fichead
twenty

(feekhat)
fichead 's a deich
thirty

(feekhat sah jeykh)
da fhichead
forty

(daa eekhat)
leth-cheud
fifty

(lekhat)
tri fichead
sixty

(tree feekhat)
tri fichead 's a deich
seventy

(tree feekhat sah jeykh)
ceithir fichead
eighty

(kehirr feekhat)
ceithir fichead 's a deich
ninety

(kehirr feekhat sah jeykh)
ceud
a hundred

(kee-at)
De an t-ainm a th'oirbh?
What is your name? (formal)

(jeyn tenem uh herev)
De an t-ainm a th'ort?
What is your name? (familiar)

(jeyn tenem uh horsht)
Is mise ...
I am ... (+ name)

(iss meeshuh)
Is ise ...
She is ... (+ name)

(iss eeshuh)
Is esan ...
He is ... (+ name)

(iss essan)
Tha mi nam ...
I am (a) ... (+ profession)

(hah mee namm)
Tha mi nam oileanach
I am a student

(hah mee namm olanokh)
Tha mi nam neach-theagaisg
I am a teacher

(hah mee namm nehkh-hekeshk)
Co as a tha sibh?
Where are you from?

(koh ass uh hah sheev)
Tha mi a ...
I am from ... (+ place)

(hah mee aa)
Tha mi as ...
I am from (the) ... (+ place)

(hah mee aass)