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> Scottish Gaelic, Lesson 3 - Answers to Exercises
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Posted: 11-Feb-2005, 10:45 PM
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LESSON 3

ANSWERS EXERCISE 1
1.The school isn't very clean
2.The church is cold
3.Was the knife sharp? No
4.Is the letter big? No
5.The pen is dry
6.Isn't the loch low? Yes
7.The needle is very sharp
8.The nest was empty
9.Is the room warm? No
10.The song wasn't nice

ANSWERS EXERCISE 2
1.An robh an leabhar beag? Cha robh
2.Tha an gille uabhasach sgth
3.A bheil an doras tioram?
4.Cha robh an lr fliuch
5.Chan eil an sgthan glan
6.Bha an t-sth math
7.Nach robh an taigh falamh? Bha
8.Bha an teine teth
9.Bha an lmh fliuch
10.Nach eil an oidhche fuar? Tha
11.Cha robh an leabaidh glan
12.Cha robh a' chaileag ro thoilichte
13.Bha an fhearg mr



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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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