A bheil Gàidhlig agaibh? (Do you speak Gaelic?)

A bheil Gàidhlig agaibh?

Man 1 A bheil Gàidhlig agaibh?
Man 2 Tha, _________.
Woman 1 Halò.
A bheil Gàidhlig agaibh?
Woman 2 Tha, _________.
Woman 1 Co às a tha sibh?
Woman 2 Glaschu.
   
Female Staff Tapadh leibh.
Woman 1 (with child) Tapadh leibh.
Female Staff Halò.
A bheil Gàidhlig agaibh?
Woman 2 Tha, _________.

 

  1. Watch and listen to the video. Fill in the gaps with:

gu leòr                                    or                                 beagan (depending on what you hear)

GU LEÒR                                                         BEAGAN

  • Enough, plenty –  a little, some

 

  1. Reply to the questions and write a truthful answer.

A bheil Gàidhlig agad?                                   Tha, __________.

A bheil mòran Gàidhlig agad?                       __________.

A bheil Beurla agad?                                      Tha, ___________.

A bheil Fraingis agad?                                   ________________

A bheil Spàinntis agad?                                 __________________.

A bheil Gearmailtis agad?                             __________________

A bheil Duitsis agad?

Dè na cànanan a th’ agad?                            _______________________

Possession with AIG

  1. The simple preposition “aig” (at) is used to denote possession, e.g.:

 

Tha peann aig Màiri.

 

A pen is at Mary. (i.e. Mary has a pen).

 

Tha cù dubh  aig Calum, ach tha cat bàn  aig Seònaid.

 

Calum has a black dog, but Janet has a white cat.

 

  1. Prepositional pronouns with “aig” are as follows:
agam at me
agad at you (sing.)
aige at him, it
aice at her, it
againn at us
agaibh at you (plural)
aca at them

 

  1. Complete the following sentences and translate into English:

 

  1. Tha cù ________. (aig + mi)
  2. Tha cat _______ Màiri.
  3. Tha Gàidhlig ______ Calum.
  4. A bheil Gàidhlig _______? (aig + thu)
  5. Càit a bheil _____ cat ______ Màiri? (Mary’s cat)
  6. Càit a bheil _____ cù _______ Calum? (Calum’s dog)
  7. A bheil airgead _____, (aig + thu) a _________ (James in vocative)?

Tha sia sgillinn agam.

  1. A bheil airgead agadsa, a _________ ?(Mary in vocative)

Chan eil agamsa ach trì sgillinn.

 

Translate the following into Gaelic.

  1. Calum has Gaelic.
  2. Mary has English.
  3. I have money in the purse. (purse – sporan; money – airgead)
  4. I have a pen.
  5. Mary has a pencil. (pencil – peansail)

 

 

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