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  5. "He is feeling warm."

"He is feeling warm."

Translation:Tha e a' faireachdainn blàth.

December 18, 2019



" Tha e blàth"would also be correct I think.


That would mean "he is warm"


The D in "faireachdainn" sounds like a G to me. Is it pronounced this way (not just sounding that way to me), and what kind of variation might there be in pronunciation?


I've always heard it as a sort of /k/ sound, but I think you're right in that it isn't a /d/. The same holds true with most (if not all) 'chd', like a' coiseachd (walking) and 'smachd' (control), to name the first two examples that came to mind.

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