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  5. "Bha mi còmhla ri Màrtainn."

"Bha mi còmhla ri Màrtainn."

Translation:I was together with Martin.

January 18, 2020



Does this mean together in the sense of a couple, or just we were hanging out?


Do you always have to say 'together with' in Gaelic if you are talking about people, rather than just 'with' as we would usually say in English? I can't imagine saying "I was together with'. It would either be "I was with ....' or (we) were together.

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