At 11:15 AM 10/16/00 -0400, you wrote
Tha triuir oghachan againn a-nis agus tha du\il aice leanabh eile
fhaighinn ann an da\ sheachdain.
Bidh tu saenair gle trang.
You will be a very busy grandfather.
Tapadh leat airson fiorsrachadh seo:
Thank you for this information.
>measraich = think, judge, which I take to mean as if you are weighing the
>evidence and making a decision.
>smaoinich = (the workhorse, as far as I am concerned.) I use this whenever
>I would use the English word "think". "Tha mi a' smaoineachadh gu bheil i
>tra\th." (I think she's early.)
>saoil = more in the sense of I suppose, I wonder. "Tha mi a' saoilsinn gu
>bheil thu ceart, ach..." (I suppose you're right, but...)
>meo\raich = the dictionary gives "deliberate" for this, so it's fairly
>close to the first word, measraich.
>creid = is believe, think, and is often used idiomatically in a way that
>at first is confusing to our ears. "Cha chreid mi nach te\id mi
>dhachaigh." (I think I will go home.) This is covered in TYG p. 148. "Tha
>mi a' creidsinn anns a' Bhi\obuill." (I believe in the Bible .)
>Tha mi 'n do\chas gum bi seo cobhaireach. (I hope that this will be helpful.)
>Tha mi a' smaoineachadh gum bi seo gle cobhaireach.( I think that this
>will be very helpful)
These grey lines seem to show up when I reply to some e-mail....Sorry about
that. I try to get rid of some of them but it's a lengthy process
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