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You're not wiseChan eil thu glic

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

glic - wise

chan eil thu glic – you are not wise

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

na bi gòrach! – don’t be silly!

Là na Gocaireachd – April Fool’s Day

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PersonNeach
GaelicGàidhlig
EnglishBeurla
Son Och, a mhàthair.
Trobhadaibh sìos.
Chan eil sibh glic.
Och, mother.
Come down.
You’re not wise.
Mother Tha mi ceart gu leòr. I’m alright.
Son Chan eil sibh.
Trobhadaibh sìos a-nis.
No you’re not.
Come down now.
Teacher Ailein.
Sguir dheth.
Chan eil thu glic.
Trobhad an seo.
Alan.
Stop it.
You’re not wise.
Come here.
Sister Na bi gòrach. Don’t be silly.
Brother Ist.
’S e Latha na Gocaireachd a th’ ann.
Shh.
It’s April Fool’s Day.
Sister Chan eil thu glic idir.
Seo Dadaidh a’ tighinn.
You’re not wise at all.
Here’s Daddy coming.
Father Alasdair, trobhad an seo. Alasdair, come here.