Hallo Eilidh 's a h-uile duine,

Chan 'eil mi dona, tapadh leat.  Tha mi duilich gum bheil cnatan grod ort.
I'm not bad, thank you.  I'm sorry that you have a rotten cold.

>Bha mi a'deanamh *report cards*agam an nochd.
>I was doing my report cards tonight.

Am bheil ban-tidsear a th' annad?
Are you a teacher?

De\ "grade" a tha thu a' teagasg?
What grade do you teach?

Tha mi-fhi/n a' teagasg aig an a\rd-sgoil beag.
I am teaching at a small high school.

Tha ceist bheag agam...I have a little question...

Sgri\obh thu:
>Tha taigh againn rapach.
>Our house is messy.

Do you - or anyone else online - know the difference between "rapach" and
"salach"...and which word is used in what situation?  And are there any
other words for "dirty" that are common?

Tapadh leibh.

Siui\saidh
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>Hallo a h uile duine,
>
>Tha mi an dochas gu bheil sibh gu math. Tha cnatan grot eile orm.
>I hope that you are well. I have another rotten cold.
>
>Bha i reothadh ann a' Newmarket an diugh.
>It was freezing in Newmarket today.
>
>Bha i a'cur sneachda beag an de.
>It was snowing  a little yesterday.
>
>Bha mi a'deanamh *report cards*agam an nochd.
>I was doing my report cards tonight.
>
>Ach dh'iarr mi *a break*
>but I wanted a break.
>
>Tha sinn a' leasachadh an taigh beag againn.
>We are renovating (repairing) our bathroom.
>
>Tha taigh againn rapach.
>Our house is messy
>.
>Feumaidh mi falbh air an obair agam a-nis.
>I must go and do my work now.
>Eilidh.
>...anns a Bheurla....Sheonag...did you notice that I was trying to use the 
>past tense as per last class*grin*...how did I do?
>
>
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