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Dealing with money A’ dèiligeadh ri airgead

How much is that?Dè na tha sin?

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

airgead money

dè na tha …? how much is …?

dè na tha sin? how much is that?

dè a’ phrìs a tha …? what price is … ?

an fheadhainn seo these ones

an fheadhainn sin those ones

dè tha e? what is it?

currain carrots

buntàta potato(es)

notaichean pounds (£)

deich notaichean ten pounds (£10)

a bheil sibh ag iarraidh currain? do you want carrots?

not one pound

dà not two pounds

trì notaichean three pounds

Notice that with the £1 and £2, you just say not but from £3 onwards, you use notaichean.

ceithir notaichean four pounds

còig notaichean five pounds

sia notaichean six pounds

seachd notaichean seven pounds

ochd notaichean eight pounds

naoi notaichean nine pounds

deich notaichean ten pounds

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GaelicGàidhlig
EnglishBeurla
Man 1 A bheil sibh ag iarraidh currain? Do you want some carrots?
Man 2 Chan eil.
Tha currain againn aig an taigh.
Buntàta.
Tha sinn ag iarraidh buntàta.
No.
We’ve got some carrots at the house.
Potatoes.
We want some potatoes.
Man 1 Orainsearan. Oranges.
Man 2 Chan eil.
Dè na tha sin?
No.
How much is that?
Woman Madainn mhath.
Tha i fuar, nach eil?
Good morning.
It’s cold, isn’t it?
Female Staff Tha.
Tha i fuar.
Yes.
It is cold.
Woman Dè na tha sin, mas e ur toil e? How much is that, please?
Female Staff Deich notaichean. Ten pounds.