"Chì mi a-rithist thu, Anna."
Translation:See you later, Anna.
July 19, 2020
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Yeah, literally it's: "I will see you again, Anna." But it's used to mean "see you later". Chì is an irregular form of the verb faic, as in "Tha mi a' faicinn..." :)
|present simple||I see...||Chì mi...|
|future simple||I will see...||Chì mi...|
|present continuous||I am seeing...||Tha mi a' faicinn...|
|future continuous||I will be seeing...||Bidh mi a' faicinn...|
|present habitual||I see...||Bidh mi a' faicinn...|