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Scottish Gaelic Lesson 6 – Questions

Questions in Gaelic (ceistean)

The question form of “tha” is bheil (valugh) and it needs to have AM in front – Am bheil….

Tha e fuar becomes as a question Am bheil e fuar?

So Tha effectively becomes Am bheil in a question.

To negate the above Tha e fuar, we still use bheil,  add cha and then shorten bheil to eil.

cha n-eil e fuar – he is not cold

and finally to make a question of it:

nach´eil e fuar? – is he not cold?

The above looks ever so complex, so we will not move on until we have mastered this.

To Summarise:

Tha e fuar  – he is cold

cha n-eil e fuar – he is not cold

nach´eil e fuar? – is he not cold?

 

 

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Scottish Gaelic Lesson 5 – A Bible Verse

Dara Litir an Abstoil Pòl a-chum nan Corintianach

“1.1

Pòl, abstol Iosa Criosd tre thoil Dhè, agus Timòteus, ar bràthair, a-chum eaglais Dhè a tha ann an Corintus, maille ris na h-uile naoimh a tha ann an Achaia uile”.

Pòl – Paul,

abstol – apostle,

Iosa Criosd – Jesus Christ

tre thoil Dhèby the Will of God

agus – and

ar bràthair – our brother

a-chum – to

eaglais Dhè – Church of God

maille ris – together with

na h-uile naoimh – all the saints

uile all