"Is it cloudy?"
Translation:A bheil i sgòthach?
As I recall, the verb "to be" has four forms for the present tense - positive = tha = am, is, are; negative = chan eil - am not, isn't, aren't; positive question = a bheil = am?, is?, are?; and negative question, I think, nach eil = am not?, is not?, are not? Tha mi/thu/e/i = I am, you are, he is, she is Chan eil mi/thu/e/i = I'm not, you're not, he's not, she's not A bheil mi/thu/e/i? = Am I?, are you?, is he?, is she? Nach eil mi/thu/e/i? = Am I not?, are you not?, is he not?, is she not? ... and similarly with the plural pronouns sinn (we), sibh (you formal/plural), iad (they)