Speaking our Language
We need to buy breadFeumaidh sinn aran a cheannach
Look out for the following pieces of vocabulary in this clip.
we must buy bread – feumaidh sinn aran a cheannach
To say that you must buy something you say:
I must buy … - feumaidh mi … a cheannach
You might want to talk about when something has to happen:
when do you have to go? – cuin a dh’fheumas tu falbh?
To answer you use feumaidh mi falbh … and state when you must leave
I must leave/go … - feumaidh mi falbh …
we must leave/go … - feumaidh sinn falbh …
you must leave/go … - feumaidh sibh falbh … (plural/polite)
… in half an hour – … ann an leth-uair a thìde
You might want to tell someone to hurry up:
I must hurry - feumaidh mi greasad orm
you must hurry - feumaidh tu greasad ort
you must hurry - feumaidh sibh greasad oirbh (plural/polite)
they must hurry - feumaidh iad greasad orra
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|Woman ||Dè tha thu airson ithe a-nochd? ||What do you want to eat tonight? |
|Woman 2 ||Chan eil fhios agam. |
|I don’t know. |
|Woman ||Glè mhath. |
Agus feumaidh sinn aran a cheannach.
|Very good. |
And we need to buy bread.
|Woman 2 ||Feumaidh. ||Yes. |