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mi
I
thu
you (familiar
e
he/it
I
she/it
sinn
we
sibh
you (plural)
iad
they
òg
young
beag
small
sgìth
tired
toilichte
happy
math
good
gu math
well
làidir
strong
fuar
cold
blàth
warm
fliuch
wet
an seo
here
an sin
there
an siud
yonder
dog
airgead
money
càr
car
deoch
drink
balach
boy
caileag
girl
rùm
room
craobh
tree
taigh
house
leabhar
book
cat
cat
Iain
John
Anna
Ann
Seumas
James
Màiri
Mary
Dòmhnall
Donald
Uilleam
William
Raghnall
Ronald
tha
am/is/are
Tha Iain òg.
John is young.
Tha Anna beag.
Ann is small.
Tha Seumas sgìth.
James is tired.
Tha Màiri toilichte.
Mary is happy.
Tha Dòmhnall an seo.
Donald is here.
Tha Uilleam an sin.
William is there.
Tha Raghnall an siud.
Ronald is yonder.
Tha Iain math.
John is good.
Tha Anna gu math.
Ann is well.
Tha mi sgìth.
I am tired.
Tha thu làidir.
You are strong.
Tha e fuar.
He is cold.
Tha sinn blàth.
We are warm.
Tha sibh fliuch.
You (plural) are wet.
Tha iad an seo.
They are here.
agam
at me
agad
at you (familiar)
aige
at him
aice
at her
againn
at us
agaibh
at you (plural)
aca
at them
Tha cat an seo.
There is a cat here.
Tha craobh an sin.
There is a tree there.
Tha cat aig Iain.
John has a cat.
Tha cù aig Màiri.
Mary has a dog.
Tha leabhar aig Anna.
Ann has a book.
Tha taigh aig Seumas.
James has a house.
Tha airgead aig Iain.
John has money.
Tha càr agam.
I have a car.
Tha leabhar agad.
You have a book.
Tha taigh aige.
He has a house.
Tha airgead aca.
They have money.
tha fios aig Iain
John knows
tha fios agam
I know
chan eil
am not/is not/are not
Chan eil Iain mòr.
John is not big.
Chan eil Anna toilichte.
Ann is not happy.
Chan eil mi sgìth.
I am not tired.
Chan eil iad an seo.
They are not here.
Chan eil cat aig Màiri.
Mary doesn't have a cat.
Chan eil deoch aig Dòmhnall
Donald doesn't have a drink.
Chan eil airgead agam.
I don't have any money.
a bheil
am/is/are?
A bheil Seumas sgìth?
Is James tired?
A bheil Màiri fuar?
Is Mary cold?
A bheil Iain an seo?
Is John here?
A bheil cat aig Anna?
Does Ann have a cat?
A bheil airgead agad?
Do you have any money?
nach eil
am not/isn't/aren't?
Nach eil Anna toilichte?
Isn't Ann happy?
Nach eil iad math?
Aren't they good?
Nach eil cù aig Dòmhnall?
Doesn't Donald have a dog?
Nach eil taigh aice?
Doesn't she have a house?
Chan eil not agam.
I haven't got a pound.
Chan eil agam ach not.
I have only a pound.
Chan eil sgillinn aig Seumas
James hasn't got a penny.
Chan eil aig Seumas ach sgillinn.
James has only a penny.
Cò às a tha thu?
Where are you from? (informal)
tha à Glaschu
from Glasgow
tha à Dùn Èideann
from Edinburgh
tha à Alba
from Scotland
tha à Èirinn
from Ireland
tha à Sasainn
from England
Tha Iain à Glaschu.
John is from Glasgow.
Tha Anna à Sasainn.
Ann is from England
dona
bad
gu dona
badly
snog
nice
gu snog
nicely
gu dòigheil
fine
gu luath
quickly
ciamar a tha thu?
how are you? (informal)
tha gu math
well
tha gu dòigheil
fine
chan eil gu dona
not bad
chan eil mi gu math idir
I'm not well at all
chan eil ach meadhanach
so-so
Tha thu fhèin gu math?
Are you well yourself?
ach
but
agus
and
an-diugh
today
a-nis
now
brèagha
lovely
cuideachd
also
gu dearbh
indeed
idir
at all
no
or
uile
all
mise
I (emphatic)
tusa
you (familiar emphatic)
esan
he/it (emphatic)
ise
she/it (emphatic)
sinne
We (Emphatic)
sibhse
you (plural emphatic)
iadsan
they (emphatic)
Tha Iain beag ach tha mise mòr.
John is small but I'm big.
Tha Anna sgìth ach chan eil mise.
Ann is tired but I'm not.
Ciamar a tha thusa?
How are you? (emphatic)
Cò thusa?
Who are you? (familiar)
Cò thu?
Who are you? (familiar)
Is mise Iain.
I am John.
Is tusa Anna.
You are Ann (familiar).
Is esan Seumas.
He is James.
Is ise Peigi
She is Peggy.
Is sinne an clas Gàidhlig.
We are the Gaelic class.
Is sibhse an tidsear.
You are the teacher. (formal)
Is iadsan Màiri agus Calum.
They are Mary and Calum.
Cha mhise Iain.
I am not John.
Cha tusa Anna.
You are not Ann. (familiar)
Chan esan Seumas.
He isn't James.
Chan ise Peigi.
She isn't Peigi.
Cha sinne an clas Gàidhlig.
We aren't the Gaelic class.
Cha sibhse an tidsear.
You aren't the teacher. (formal)
Cha iadsan Màiri agus Calum.
They aren't Mary and Calum.
Am mise Iain?
Am I John?
An tusa Anna?
Are you Ann? (familiar)
Nach mise Iain?
Am I not John?
Nach tusa Anna?
Aren't you Ann? (familiar)