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Organising a party A’ cur partaidh air dòigh

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

as fheàrr best

as miosa worst

as motha biggest

as dorra hardest

thug mi cuireadh do chòignear I gave an invite to five people

seachdnar seven people

ochdnar eight people

chan eil sgillinn ruadh agam I haven’t a red cent (i.e. skint)

an tèid agaibh air tighinn ann? will you manage to come? (plural/polite)

thèid yes (to an tèid …?)

cha tèid no (to an tèid …?)

am fear as truime the heaviest one (masculine noun)

thèid agam air tighinn ann I will manage to come

tha an t-àm againn a dhol dhachaigh it is time for us to go home

mar as motha, ’s ann as fheàrr the bigger, the better

mar as lugha, ’s ann as fheàrr the smaller the better

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Let’s practise what you’ve learnt
best – as fheàrr
Let’s say it together
best – as fheàrr
Say it on your own
best – as fheàrr
Let’s try another one
worst – as miosa
Say it with me
worst – as miosa
Say it on your own
worst – as miosa
Let’s try another phrase
seven people – seachdnar
Practise with me
seven people – seachdnar
Practise on your own
seven people – seachdnar
Listen to me
eight people - ochdnar
Repeat with me
eight people - ochdnar
Your turn
eight people - ochdnar
Time for another one
will you manage to come? - an tèid agaibh air tighinn ann?
Let’s practise together
will you manage to come? - an tèid agaibh air tighinn ann?
Now you try