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Discussing a day off A’ bruidhinn mu latha dheth

Where were you yesterday?Càit an robh thu an-dè?

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

latha dheth – a day off

Dihaoine – Friday

bha latha dheth agam – I had a day off

an robh latha dheth agaibh? - did you have a day off?

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

an robh latha dheth agad? - did you have a day off?

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

chaidh mi a-null a dh’Arainn – I went over to Arran

chaidh mi … - I went…

cha robh latha dheth agam – I did not have a day off

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GaelicGàidhlig
EnglishBeurla
Man Madainn mhath. Good morning.
Woman Madainn mhath. Good morning.
Man Càit an robh sibh Dihaoine? Where were you on Friday?
Woman Tapadh leibh.
Bha latha dheth agam.
Thank you.
I had a day off.
Man Ò, glè mhath. Oh, very good.
Man Halò, a Dhòmhnaill.
Càit an robh thu an-dè?
Hello, Donald.
Where were you yesterday?
Dòmhnall Bha latha dheth agam.
Chaidh mi a-null a Dhùn Èideann.
I had a day off.
I went over to Edinburgh.
Man Ò, ceart ma-thà. Oh, ok then.
Man Madainn mhath. Good morning.
Man 2 Càit an robh sibh Dihaoine?
An robh latha dheth agaibh?
Where were you on Friday?
Did you have a day off?
Man Bha.
Chaidh mi a-null a dh'Arainn.
Yes.
I went over to Arran.