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Discussing a day off A’ bruidhinn mu latha dheth

We were climbingBha sinn a' streap

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

bha sinn a’ sreap - we were climbing

bha sinn a’ marcachd – we were riding

To stress the word for 'we', you use sinne.

bha sinne ag iasgach - we were fishing

bha sinne a’ campadh - we were camping

bha sinne a’ seòladh - we were sailing

bha sinne a’ coiseachd - we were walking

Other forms of emphasis:

mise – me

thusa – you

esan – he

ise – she

sinne – we

sibhse – you

iadsan - they

Other activities you might enjoy on a day off.

a’ seinn – singing

a’ cadal - sleeping

a’ ruith – running

a’ gàirnealaireachd – gardening

a’ bèicearachd – baking

a’ leughadh – reading

a’ snàmh – swimming

a’ bruidhinn ri caraid – talking to a friend

a’ coimhead air an telebhisean – watching television

a’ cluich ball-coise – playing football

aig gèam ball-coise – at a football match

aig coinneamh – at a meeting

aig pòsadh – at a wedding

aig banais – at a wedding

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Dè bha sibh a’ dèanamh an-diugh?
Hello.
What were you doing today?
Woman Bha sinn a’ sreap. We were climbing.
Man Bha sinne ag iasgach. We were fishing.
Man Bha sinne a’ campadh. We were camping.
Man Bha sinne a’ seòladh. We were sailing.
Woman Bha sinne a’ coiseachd. We were walking.