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MacPhee 
Posted: 05-Dec-2004, 03:49 PM
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Hello to all

I'm needing a hand with these sentences. I would like to know which one would you chose if you would have to pick "The most proper translation" for:

("If you mess with me. You will regret it.")


(1) -Ma bheanas tu riumsa. Bidh aithreachas ort.

(2) -Ma's buair thu mi. Bithidh duilich leat.

(3) -Ma chuireas tu dragh orm. Gabhaidh thu aithreachas.

(4) -Ma chuireas sibh dragh orm. 'S sibhsa a bhios duilich.


Please Help me chose.

Tapadh leibh.

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Posted: 06-Dec-2004, 10:33 AM
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I really can't speak any Gaelic, but I can give you one nitpickers piece of advice. Swap the period with a comma. wink.gif


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Posted: 07-Dec-2004, 11:06 PM
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QUOTE (oldraven @ 06-Dec-2004, 10:33 AM)
I really can't speak any Gaelic, but I can give you one nitpickers piece of advice. Swap the period with a comma. wink.gif

Hello Oldraven.

Thanks for the advice. smile.gif

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Posted: 12-Dec-2004, 04:38 PM
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QUOTE (MacPhee @ 05-Dec-2004, 03:49 PM)
Hello to all

I'm needing a hand with these sentences. I would like to know which one would you chose if you would have to pick  "The most proper translation" for:

("If you mess with me.  You will regret it.")


(1) "Ma bheanas tu riumsa.  Bidh aithreachas ort."

(2) "Ma's buair thu mi. Bithidh duilich leat."

(3) "Ma chuireas tu dragh orm. Gabhaidh thu aithreachas."

(4) "Ma chuireas sibh dragh orm. 'S sibhsa a bhios duilich."


Please Help me chose.

Tapadh leibh.

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Hello again just refreshing my post.

Please help, I really need help to choose one sentence.
It would be very appreciated, It's important to me.
Everybody's welcome to reply, I need many replys.

Thanks sad.gif unsure.gif smile.gif

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Posted: 12-Dec-2004, 08:25 PM
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Hello MacPhee!

I am a student of Gaelic, but not fluent. I have posted your question on a Gaelic list I subscribe to, but so far no one has answered. I'll try posting it on another! Sorry its taking so long!


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Posted: 13-Dec-2004, 04:04 PM
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QUOTE (WizardofOwls @ 12-Dec-2004, 08:25 PM)
Hello MacPhee!

I am a student of Gaelic, but not fluent. I have posted your question on a Gaelic list I subscribe to, but so far no one has answered. I'll try posting it on another! Sorry its taking so long!

Hello WisardofOwls.

Thanks for helping, It's very appreciated smile.gif

I will be here!

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Posted: 14-Dec-2004, 08:05 PM
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Posted: 23-Dec-2004, 10:57 AM
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Hello again.

I've recieved a reply on an other site about my question but I would need a second advice if it would be possible?

The person voted for the fourth one:

(4) -Ma chuireas sibh dragh orm. 'S sibhsa a bhios duilich.

But added in his reply...dragh should take an (drgh) and sibhsa should be (sibhse).

So the correct way to wright it would be:

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"Ma chuireas sibh drgh orm, 's sibhse a bhios duilich"
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Could someone please confirm this version.

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P.S.Sorry to be persistant with this question but I want to be sure. rolleyes.gif
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Posted: 28-Dec-2004, 10:30 AM
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