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Saying where you’ve been Ag innse càit an deach thu

At homeAig an taigh

Look out for the following pieces of vocabulary in this clip.

dhan taigh-òsta to the hotel

in the summer – as t-samhradh to the hotel

càit an deach thu? where did you go?

This is the informal way you use to speak to a friend or a child.

càit an robh thu? where were you?

This is the informal way you use to speak to a friend or a child.

an-dè yesterday

a-raoir last night

madainn an-dè yesterday morning

an t-seachdain-sa chaidh last week

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GaelicGàidhlig
EnglishBeurla
Bill Haidh! Hi!
Carol Haidh! Hi!
Bill Càit an deach thu? Where did you go?
Carol Èm. Em.
Bill Uill? Well?
Carol Uill.... Well...
Bill Uill?
Càit an deach thu?
Well?
Where did you go?
Carol As t-samhradh.
Chaidh mi a Mhajorca as t-samhradh.
In the summer.
I went to Majorca in the summer.
Bill Och! Och!
Carol Ok, ok, ok.
Chaidh mi dhan taigh-òsta.
Ok, ok, ok.
I went to the hotel.
Bill È? Eh?
Carol Chaidh mi dhan taigh-òsta! I went to the hotel!
Iain Ò.
Càit an deach thu?
Oh.
Where did you go?
Màiri-Anna Eh? Eh?
Iain Uill? Well?
Màiri-Anna Uill? Well?
Iain Càit an deach thu? Where did you go?
Màiri-Anna Chaidh mi dhan bhaile. I went to town.
Màiri-Anna Càit an robh thu a-raoir? Where were you last night?
Iain È? Eh?
Màiri-Anna Càit an robh thu a-raoir, è?
Càit an deach thu?
Where were you last night, eh?
Where did you go?
Iain Och.
Chaidh mi dhan bhaile.
Och.
I went to town.