Hallo a Siu\saidh,

Tha mi toilichte gun robh sin a' cho\rdadh riut. Bidh a' Ga\idhlig agad a' 
fa\s nas fhea\rr gach latha.
I'm glad that you enjoyed it. Your Gaelic is getting better each day.

Eideard

At 11:33 PM 11/14/00, you wrote:
>Hallo Eideird,
>
>Tapadh leat airson nan rosg-rannan seo.
>
> >1. I think that Ann is drinking water.
>Tha mi a' smaoineachadh gum bheil Anna ag o\l uisge.
>Tha mi a' smaoineachadh nach 'eil Anna  ag o\l uisge.
>
>
> >2. I say that Mary is sick.
>Tha mi ag radh gum bheil Mairi tinn.
>Tha mi ag radh nach 'eil Mairi tinn.
>
>
> >3. I hear that you are tired.
>Tha mi a' cluinntinn gum bheil thu sgi\th.
>Tha mi a' cluinntinn nach 'eil thu sgi\th.
> >
> >And for another sentence that fits into this category, try
> >
> >4. I hope that she is early.
>Tha mi 'n do\chas gum bheil i tra\th.
>Tha mi 'n do\chas nach 'eil i tra\th.
>
>'Se deagh spo\rs a bha seo ann!
>This was a lot of fun!
>
>Siu\saidh
>
>
>----------
> >From: "Lois\Ted Macdonald" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >To: gaidhlig-gu-leor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >Subject: [gaidhlig-gu-leor] Tuilleadh obrach (more work)
> >Date: Mon, Nov 13, 2000, 2:02 PM
> >
>
> >Hallo a h-uile duine ( Hello everyone ),
> >
> >A bheil sibh uile ag obair leis a' Ga\idhlig agaibh?
> >Are you all working with your Gaelic?
> >
> >Seo tri\ gni\omhairean dhuibh: a' smaoineachadh, ag ra\dh, a' cluinntinn.
> >Here are three verbs for you: think, say, hear.
> >
> >Ciamar a chanas sibh na rosg-rannan seo anns a' Ga\idhlig?
> >How would you say these sentences in Gaelic?
> >
> >1. I think that Ann is drinking water.
> >2. I say that Mary is sick.
> >3. I hear that you are tired.
> >
> >And for another sentence that fits into this category, try
> >
> >4. I hope that she is early.
> >
> >That's enough for now, but if you're feeling ambitious, write these same
> >sentences but put them into the negative - I think that it isn't a fine day
> >today; I say that Mary isn't sick; I hear that you aren't tired; I hope
> >that she isn't early.
> >
> >Tha mi 'n do\chas nach bi sibh ro sgi\th an de\idh na h-obrach seo.
> >I hope that you won't be too tired after this work.
> >
> >Sla\n leibh,
> >
> >Eideard
> >
> >PS  I'm a learner too, and frequently make mistakes. Corrections are 
> welcome.
> >
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