Gaelic Sound Clips

Greetings



These pages complement Gaelic Phrases for Every Day. On this and other Sound Clip pages you will find audio clips of common Gaelic phrases along with the written Gaelic and English words. You will need software such as a RealAudio or Quicktime, or equivalent, available in your browser to play the MP3 audio sound clips.

Click the start button when you are ready for the spoken words. The Gaelic speaker will speak each word or phrase twice.



Tha mi gl mhath, tapah leibhI am very well, thank you (plural, polite)
Ciamar a tha thu-fhin? How are you yourself?
Ciamar at tha sibh-fhin? How are you yourself? (plural, polite)
Tha mi gu digheilI am fine thank you
Tha mi dreach meadhanachI am just so - so
Chan eil mi ro mhath, idir idirI am not too well at all at all
D do chor?How are you doing? (lit. what's your condition)
Deagh chor, tapahd leatFine, Thanks
Ciagmar tha 'dol dhut?How are things going for you?
Tha gu mathThey're going fine



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