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A list of sentences taught in the Scottish Gaelic Intro skill!

Hi there! I thought it might be useful to create a list of all the sentences taught in the Scottish Gaelic course. So far I've made a list of the sentences taught in the Intro skill and I thought I'd post it here in case it helps anyone! Hope it helps!


Lesson 1

  • Caileag agus cat = A girl and a cat
  • Muc agus cù = A pig and a dog
  • Balach agus caileag = A boy and a girl
  • Cat agus muc = A cat and a pig

Lesson 2

  • Tha Eilidh mòr = Eilidh is big
  • Tha Anna beag agus snog = Anna is small and nice
  • Tha Calum agus Eilidh snog = Calum and Eilidh are nice
  • Tha Anna agus Calum beag = Anna and Calum are small
  • Tha Eilidh snog = Eilidh is nice
  • Tha Calum mòr = Calum is big

Lesson 3

  • Tha Gàidhlig snog = Gaelic is nice
  • Caraid agus cù = A friend and a dog
  • Chan eil Iain math = Iain is not good
  • Calum agus Iain = Calum and Iain
  • Tha Iain dona = Iain is bad
  • Tha Gàidhlig math = Gaelic is good
  • Chan eil Gàidhlig dona = Gaelic is not bad
  • Caraid agus bò = A friend and a cow

Lesson 4

  • Piseag agus cat = A kitten and a cat
  • Tha IRN BRU math = IRN BRU is good
  • Seo Mòrag = This is Morag
  • Seo cearc agus IRN BRU = This is a chicken and IRN BRU
  • Seo Mòrag agus piseag = This is Morag and a kitten
  • Seo tunnag = This is a duck
  • IRN BRU agus cù = IRN BRU and a dog
  • Tha tunnag mòr = A duck is big
  • Seo Mòrag = This is Morag
  • Seo cearc = This is a chicken

Please let me know if I've made any mistakes! :-)

December 2, 2019



Would people here find it useful if I keep sharing these lists? I'm not sure how to do it, as I could do it for every skill, but I don't want to spam the forum. Maybe I could do it by rows or checkpoints? What do you think?

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    Scottish Gaelic is obviously very popular right now. It wouldn't be spamming the forum if you did it bit by bit. Just a lesson a day, or something! :)


    Ok that sounds good! Thanks for the advice :-)


    I had an X-Files moment with Gaelic yesterday. I did a double take when I saw "Tha Calum ann an Obar Dheathain". My son's name is Calum, and he happens to be in Aberdeen.

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      Thanks! I am not studying it yet, but intend to when I get further along in my other languages.
      Hope you can post some more!


      Wow. Have a thing for your effort, mate!


      Thanks! Have one back! :D


      hallo and thank you for your hard work! It is greatly appreciated : ) umm....lesson 4, your 5th sentence should be "This is Mòrag and a kitten ; )


      Thanks! I was wondering if anyone would spot that! Haha just kidding, thanks for pointing it out and great typo checking! :D Please let me know if I make any other mistakes! :-)

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