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Saying what you have Ag innse dè th’ agad

Does he have the paper?A bheil am pàipear aige?

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

a bheil airgead agaibh? – do you have money?

a bheil obair agaibh? – do you have a job?

a bheil … agaibh? – do you have … ?

This is the formal way you use to speak to an older person, or to a group of people.

a bheil … agad? – do you have … ?

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

le càr - by car

a bheil sibh a’ dol ann le càr? – are you going there by car?

tha balach agus nighean againn – we have a boy and a girl

tha fichead sgillinn agam – I have 20 pence

a bheil … aige? - does he have …?

a bheil … aice? - does she have …?

a bheil … agad? - do you have …?

tha … aige - he has …

tha càr aige – he has a car

ùr – new

pàipear - paper

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PersonNeach
GaelicGàidhlig
EnglishBeurla
Husband Tha mi a’ falbh, a ghràidh. I’m leaving, dear.
Wife Tìoraidh ma-thà.
Chì mi a-nochd thu.
Cheerio then.
See you tonight.
Husband Chì. See you.
Wife Seo, am pàipear. Here, the paper.
Husband Ò, tapadh leat. Oh, thank you.
Son A bheil e air falbh? Is he away?
Wife D’ athair?
Tha.
Your father?
Yes.
Son A bheil am pàipear aige? Does he have the paper?
Wife Tha. Yes.
Son Och. Och.
Wife Iain! John!
Man Trobhad, a ghràidh. Come here, dear.
Woman Dè? What?
Man Seall.
Tha càr ùr aige.
Look.
He has a new car.
Woman Càr ùr?
Dè seòrsa càr?
Ò, thà.
Tha e snog, Iain.
Is toigh leamsa Sierra.
An toigh leat fhèin Sierra?
A new car?
What kind of car?
Oh, yes.
It’s lovely, John.
I like a Sierra.
Do you like a Sierra, yourself?
Man Òh, cha toil. Oh, no.