"Bidh a' chlann a' falbh an dèidh seo."

Translation:The children will be leaving after this.

June 6, 2020

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What is wrong with "the children are leaving after this" vs. "the children will be leaving after this?" It is still happening in the future.


'Bìdh' is the future tense. 'Bìdh a falbh' corresponds to the English future continuous tense. They want you to render the Gaelic as closely as possible.

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