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Ceart? cearr?

Unread post by darkside » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:55 pm

's mise seonnaidh gallagher

tha mi á glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofaar nuair a rugadh mi, bliadhnaichean air ais.

tha agam com-paìrtiche.

tha mac aice an ceann a chéile



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Unread post by Seonaidh » Mon Oct 26, 2009 10:42 pm

Taobh Dorcha wrote:'s mise seonnaidh gallagher
"Seonaidh", 's dòcha - no "Seònaid"? (Janet & John...)
ditto wrote:tha mi á glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofaar nuair a rugadh mi, bliadhnaichean air ais.
"à Glaschu" - "rugadh mi ann an Glaschu" Dè tha seo a' ciallachadh - "It isn't to difference when I was born"?
an t-aon... wrote:tha agam com-paìrtiche.
"com-pairtiche"? Ma tha thu a' fuireach le neach mar theaghlach, 's e "cèile" am facal. Chan e "cèile-phòsta a th' ann mura h-eil sibh pòsta.
'im ageean wrote:tha mac aice an ceann a chéile
"She's got a son in the end/head of partner"? Chan eil mi gad thuigsinn an seo.

Uill, dè mu dheidhinn - "I'm Johnnie Gallagher. I'm fae Glasgow. It's nae different fae when I was born, years ago. I've got a partner. She's got a son fae a previous relationship" - a bheil mi faisg?

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Unread post by darkside » Mon Oct 26, 2009 11:31 pm

Seonaidh wrote:
Taobh Dorcha wrote:'s mise seonnaidh gallagher
"Seonaidh", 's dòcha - no "Seònaid"? (Janet & John...)
ditto wrote:tha mi á glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofaar nuair a rugadh mi, bliadhnaichean air ais.
"à Glaschu" - "rugadh mi ann an Glaschu" Dè tha seo a' ciallachadh - "It isn't to difference when I was born"?
an t-aon... wrote:tha agam com-paìrtiche.
"com-pairtiche"? Ma tha thu a' fuireach le neach mar theaghlach, 's e "cèile" am facal. Chan e "cèile-phòsta a th' ann mura h-eil sibh pòsta.
'im ageean wrote:tha mac aice an ceann a chéile
"She's got a son in the end/head of partner"? Chan eil mi gad thuigsinn an seo.

Uill, dè mu dheidhinn - "I'm Johnnie Gallagher. I'm fae Glasgow. It's nae different fae when I was born, years ago. I've got a partner. She's got a son fae a previous relationship" - a bheil mi faisg?
what i was trying to say was

Im Johnnie Gallagher
Im from Glasgow
it doesnt matter when i was born, many years ago
i have a partner
we have a son together
Last edited by darkside on Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Unread post by GunChleoc » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:12 am

darkside wrote:i have a partner
we have a son together
Tha cèile agam
Tha mac againn
Oileanach chànan chuthachail
Na dealbhan agam

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Unread post by darkside » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:31 pm

GunChleoc wrote:
darkside wrote:i have a partner
we have a son together
Tha cèile agam
Tha mac againn
is the rest correct?

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Re: Ceart? cearr?

Unread post by darkside » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:33 pm

darkside wrote:'s mise seonnaidh gallagher

tha mi á glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofaar nuair a rugadh mi, bliadhnaichean air ais.

tha ce/ile agam

tha mac aigann
a bheil sin ceart?

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Re: Ceart? cearr?

Unread post by *Alasdair* » Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:23 pm

darkside wrote:
darkside wrote:'s mise seonnaidh gallagher
'S mise Seonaidh Gallagher.
tha mi á glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofaar nuair a rugadh mi, bliadhnaichean air ais.
Tha mi à Glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofar cuin a rugadh mi - bliadhnaichean air ais.
tha ce/ile agam
The cèile agam.
tha mac aigann
Tha mac againn.
a bheil sin ceart?
Tha e ceart a-nise.

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Unread post by akerbeltz » Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:39 pm

's mise seonnaidh gallagher
or Seonaidh Ó Gallchoir

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Re: Ceart? cearr?

Unread post by darkside » Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:01 am

*Alasdair* wrote:
darkside wrote:
darkside wrote:'s mise seonnaidh gallagher
'S mise Seonaidh Gallagher.
tha mi á glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofaar nuair a rugadh mi, bliadhnaichean air ais.
Tha mi à Glaschu. Chan eil e gu diofar cuin a rugadh mi - bliadhnaichean air ais.
tha ce/ile agam
The cèile agam.
tha mac aigann
Tha mac againn.
a bheil sin ceart?
Tha e ceart a-nise.
moran taing alasdair

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Unread post by GunChleoc » Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:18 am

One typo still there:

Tha cèile agam.
Oileanach chànan chuthachail
Na dealbhan agam

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