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These are the answers to the exercises given in Scottish Gaelic Lesson 1. Try to do the exercises on your own before looking here!

ANSWERS EXERCISE 1
1.I am tired
2.They are busy
3.She/it is cold
4.They are warm
5.We are lazy
6.You are dry

ANSWERS EXERCISE 2
1.Tha sinn fuar
2.Tha thu/sibh beag
3.Tha iad mr
4.Tha mi leisg
5.Tha e trang
6.Tha i sgth

ANSWERS EXERCISE 3
1.Are you tired?
2.Isn't she wet?
3.They aren't busy
4.We aren't cold
5.Aren't they lazy?
6.Are you cold?

ANSWERS EXERCISE 4
1.Chan eil mi fuar
2.A bheil thu/sibh blth?
3.Nach eil thu/sibh blth?
4.A bheil i sgth?
5.A bheil iad toilichte?
6.Nach eil i snog?
7.Chan eil e tioram
8.Chan eil sinn leisg


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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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