Hllo Eideird,

Tapadh leat, Eideird, airson nam faclain coibhneil.
Thank you,Edward, for the kind words.

 Siu\saidh
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>From: "Lois\Ted Macdonald" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Subject: Re: [gaidhlig-gu-leor] Tuilleadh obrach (more work)
>Date: Wed, Nov 15, 2000, 7:33 AM
>

>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
>>
>>
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>> >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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