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Ordering food Ag òrdachadh biadh

Are you thirsty?A bheil am pathadh ort?

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

tha am pathadh orm – I am thirsty

teatha – tea

We have previously heard for 'tea'. Teatha is common in Lewis.

To ask if someone is thirsty:

a bheil am pathadh ort? - are you thirsty?

a bheil am pathadh oirbh? (plural/polite) - are you thirsty?

a bheil am pathadh oirre? - is she thirsty?

tha am pathadh oirre – she is thirsty

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Mother Seo, a ghràidh.
A bheil am pathadh ort?
Here, dear.
Are you thirsty?
Man Tha, gu dearbh.
Tapadh leat.
Mòran taing.
Yes, indeed.
Thank you.
Many thanks.
Male Customer Halò, Ailein.
Dè do chor?
Hello, Alan.
How’s your form?
Ailean Cor math.
Dè do chor fhèin?
Good.
How’s yours?
Male Customer Chan eil adhbhar a bhith a’ gearan.
A bheil thu ag iarraidh còc?
No reason to complain.
Do you want a coke?
Daughter Tha, mas e ur toil e. Yes, please.
Male Customer Dà chòc. Two cokes.
Ailean Beag no mòr? Small or large?
Male Customer A bheil am pathadh ort? Are you thirsty?
Daughter Tha. Yes.
Male Customer Mòr, mas e do thoil e. Large, please.
Ailean Dà chòc mhòr. Two large cokes.
Daughter A mhàthair, a bheil sibh ag iarraidh deoch? Mother, do you want a drink?
Mother B’ aill leibh? Pardon?
Daughter A bheil sibh ag iarraidh cupa teatha no cofaidh? Do you want a cup of tea or coffee?
Mother Chan eil mi ag iarraidh càil an-dràsta. I don’t want anything just now.
Daughter Uill, tha mise.
Tha am pathadh orm.
Tha mi ag iarraidh cupa teatha.
Well, I do.
I’m thirsty.
I want a cup of tea.
Mother Glè mhath. Very good.