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Clothing

May 10, 2019

The Teach Yourself Gaelic book has been sent out to Tearlach! It should be there by today or tomorrow. Congratulations!

Today: a lesson on clothing.

Some basics:

a The word a seems to mean many things in Gaelic. Today, it means his.

  • a léine (uh LAY nuh) his shirt
  • a stoicainnean (uh STOCK uh nyen) his socks
  • a bhrògan (uh VRO kin) his shoes/boots

And if you’d like a little music: Julie Fowlis singing New Shoes Tonight.

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