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> Scottish Gaelic, Lesson 4 - Answers to Exercises
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Posted: 18-Mar-2005, 07:58 PM
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1.The big school isn't so clean
2.The small church is full
3.Was the new knife sharp? No
4.The blue pen was dry
5.This letter is interesting
6.That house was empty
7.The sharp needle is dirty
8.That bad lad is lazy
9.Was the small room warm? No
10.The little girl wasn't ill

1.An robh an leabhar beag fliuch? Cha robh
2.Bha an abhainn fhada gl shalach
3.An robh an doras r tioram?
4.Bha an lr goirid fliuch
5.Chan eil an sgthan salach sin r
6.Bha an t-sth fhada math
7.Nach robh an taigh falamh? Bha
8.Bha an teine teth gl mhath
9.Tha an lmh dhearg sin fliuch
10.Bha an oidhche fhada fuar
11.Chan eil am bta gorm ln
12.Cha robh a' chaileag dhona toilichte
13.Tha am fear sin tioram agus blth 14.Bha an loch fada sin rd

Sln agus beannachd,
Allen R. Alderman

'S i Alba tr mo chridhe. 'S i Gidhlig cnan m' anama.
Scotland is the land of my heart. Gaelic is the language of my soul.
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