Christine Murphy wrote:

> 3. Bu toigh leam "exercises" a' deanamh, mar "posted" thu air an liost.

exercise - eagarsaid, pl-- eagarsaidhean

For "posted" I've always seen simply "chuir" -- put

> I'd like more excersise like you posted to the list (the verbs.)  They help
> a lot in getting my mind to actually register and connect with specific
> gaelic words rather than mindlessly reading the translation at the bottom if
> I don't understand the first time (because I'm inherantly lazy).
>
> Ma tha, Ciammar a tha a h-uile duine?  A bheil sibh trang leis an obair no
> sgith oir nach eil cadal gu leor agaibh?  Tha mi fhein gu math sgith is
> trang agus feumaidh mi a' dol dhan leabaidh an drasda.

Tha mi gu math trang, ach tha e a' cÚrdadh rium. Tha mise agus Jenny Dunbar a'
dol mu 'n cuairt do sgoiltean a' teagaisg Úrain 'is sgeulachdan 'is ceÚl 'is
dannsa do na sgoilearan. Tha mi duilich nach mair an obair ach gu ruige ceann na
seachdainn seo.

Am I quite busy, but is it agreeing with-me. Am I and JD going around to schools
teaching songs and stories and music and dance to the students. Am I sorry won't
last the work but to reach end of-the-week this.

I'm quite busy but I like it. JD and I are going around to schools teaching
songs, stories, music, and dance to the students. I'm sorry the work won't last
longer than the end of this week.

Cha chreid mi gu bheil mi cho trang ri oileanach ann an oilthigh.......!
Don't believe I that am I so busy as student in a university.......!
I don't think I'm as busy as a university student.......!

Le meas,
Aonghas



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