Madainn mhath Eideird:
sgriobh thu
>
> Are you still with me? OK, I'm going to give you some regular verbs, and I
> want you to make up two sentences with each verb, one in the present, the
> other in the past. For example, using the verb "cuir" I'll say
> 1. Tha mi a' cuir air an solas (I am putting on, or turning on, the light.)
> 2. Chuir mi air an re\idio (I turned on the radio).
> 
> Now it's your turn. The verbs are (and if you don't know them you'll have
> to look them up):
>                 du\in           du\nadh
>                 fo\n            fo\nadh
>                 ionnsaich       ionnsachadh
>                 seinn           seinn
>                 sna\mh          sna\mh

Seo agad iad--here they are:

  A bheil thu a' dnadh na bth?
  Tha.  Dhin mi an doras.
      Did you close the shop?
      Yes.  I closed the door.

  Chan eil mi ag fnadh air do mhathair.  
  Dh' fhon mi mar tha i.
     I am not phoning your mother.
     I phoned her already.

  Tha mi ag ionnsachadh na Gaidhlige fhathast.
  Dh' ionnsaich mi am facal r an duigh.
      I am still learning the Gaelic.
      I learned a new word today.

  Tha Mairi a' seinn a nochd.
  Sheinn i gu math an raoir.
    Mary is singing tonight.
    She sang well last night.

  Tha Iain a' snmh anns an loch.
  Snmh mi ann an d.  Bha i ro fhuar.
     Ian is swimming in the lake.
     I swam in it yesterday.  It was too cold.

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Leslie Gadallah, Calgary, Canada-----http://www.gadallah.com/~leslie

   Gheibh burraidh barrachd coire na 's urrainn duine glic a leasachadh
      A blockhead can find more fault than a wise man can mend 
             --Gaelic proverb
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