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damhanallaidh 
Posted: 15-Nov-2009, 03:19 PM
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Hi, this being my first post, I'll throw some backround at you. I'm studying gaelic with a native speaker in a college class, and in my 4th semester. Currently I'm working on catching up on some stuff I've forgotten from the beginning but right now I can't figure out how to say anywhere. Currently I'm translating green eggs and ham to work on conditional tense and this word has been elusive.

am bheil fios agad ciamar a thannas thu anywhere anns an gadhlig? bu toigh leum e airson gum bheil feum agam air airson gun obair mi air uighan uaine agus hama anns an gadhlig. tha mi nam ruith fadalach ach tillidh mi a marrach.
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Posted: 16-Nov-2009, 04:35 AM
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àite sam bith

you use X sam bith a lot for anyX.


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