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More about an tidsear

April 2, 2019

Fun Fact: Diluain (Monday) means day of the moon.

Dimàirt (JI MAIRSHT, Tuesday) means day of Mars.

Using full sentences about an tidsear (and mix these sentences up — leave your answers in the comments –about am balach):

  • Chunnaic an tidsear na leasain.
  • Thug an tidsear na leasain dhan chlas. (HOUK ahn TICH air na LAY suhn ghahn chlahs) The teacher gave the lessons to the class.
  • Chuala an tidsear na leasain.

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  1. Jon Stewart permalink
    April 2, 2019 5:44 pm

    You might point out that the preferred word for “teacher” among Gaelic speakers is not the anglicized “tidsear” but the proper Gaelic term “fear-teagaisg,” a teaching person. Moran taing!

    “Dost thou think, because thou art virtuous, there shall be no more cakes and ale?” -Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night

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