"Can sin a-rithist. Tha beagan Gàidhlig agam."
Translation:Say that again. I have a little Gaelic.
Not traditionally. You have to get out of the mindset of judging what is right or wrong based on you knowledge of your own language and culture. It is coming in as Gaelic is more and more influenced by English. Some people regard mas e do thoil e / mas e ur toil e as a clear sign of learnerese.
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Tha seo cho inntinneach! I have been making myself the same question through the course. It really "bothers" me not to know how to say please. It's so embedded in my education and culture (I am french and portuguese) I can't ask for something and not say "please". Would it be acceptable to say "Gabh mo leisgeul, can sin a-rithist"?