Hallo a h-uile duine ( hello everybody),
Am bu toil leibh rudeigin a dhe\anamh?
Would you like something to do ?
'S e "cu\" a th'ann am facal airson "dog; 's e facal fireanta a th'ann,
agus 's e "coin" a th'ann an iomarra.
"Cu\"is the word for dog, it's a masculine word, and "coin" is the plural.
Tha tri\ rosg-rannan ann shios an-seo. An urrainn dhuibh eadar-theangachadh
There are three sentences below here. Can you give a translation?
1. I have a dog.
2. I have two dogs.
3. I have three dogs.
If you'd like a little more to do, how about
1. Do you (s.) have a dog?
2. Do you have two dogs?
3. Do you have three dogs?
And finally, if you're really feeling adventurous, how about
"How many dogs do you have?"
I can hear the pages of the grammar books rustling already.
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