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Saying how you feel Ag innse ciamar a tha thu a’ faireachdainn

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Here are the words and phrases that you have heard in this lesson.

ciamar a tha sibh a’ faireachdainn? – how do you feel? (plural/polite)

ciamar a tha thu a’ faireachdainn? – how do you feel?

dè do chor? – how’s your form?

cor math – fine (good form)

chan eil adhbhar a bhith a’ gearan - no reason to complain

dè tha ceàrr ort? – what’s wrong with you?

tha an cnatan orm – I have the cold

tha mo cheann goirt – my head is sore

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Let’s listen, repeat and practise
how do you feel? – ciamar a tha thu a’ faireachdainn?
Let’s say it together
how do you feel? – ciamar a tha thu a’ faireachdainn?
Say it on your own
how do you feel? – ciamar a tha thu a’ faireachdainn?
Let’s try another one
how’s your form? – dè do chor?
Say it with me
how’s your form? – dè do chor?
Say it on your own
how’s your form? – dè do chor?
Listen to me
what’s wrong with you? – dè tha ceàrr ort?
Repeat with me
what’s wrong with you? – dè tha ceàrr ort?
Your turn
what’s wrong with you? – dè tha ceàrr ort?
Let’s try another phrase
no reason to complain - chan eil adhbhar a bhith a’ gearan
Practise with me
no reason to complain - chan eil adhbhar a bhith a’ gearan
Practise on your own
no reason to complain - chan eil adhbhar a bhith a’ gearan