Saying where you’ve been Ag innse càit an deach thu
I was on holidayBha mi air saor-làithean
Look out for the following pieces of vocabulary in this clip.
If you want to specify when you were on holiday, you could use the names of the months.
If you want to say that you went in a certain month, change the months to the following:
|Male Teacher||A Mhàiri?||Mary?|
|Màiri||Tha mi duilich. |
Bha mi air saor-làithean.
|I’m sorry. |
I was on holiday.
|Male Teacher||Uill. |
A-màireach ma-thà. Ceart?
|Woman||Agus ciamar a tha am balach beag?||And how is the wee lad?|
|Woman 2||Och, tha e glè mhath an-dràsta. |
Uill, tha i brèagha an-diugh.
|Ah, he’s very well just now. |
Well, it’s nice today.
Tha i brèagha.
Càit an deach Iain?
Where did John go?
|Woman 2||Ò, bha Iain air saor-làithean anns an Spàinn.||Oh, John was on holiday in Spain.|
|Woman||Anns an Spàinn? |
|In Spain? |
|Man||Halò a Chaluim. |
Càit an robh thu?
|Hello Malcolm. |
Where were you?
|Calum||Bha mi air saor-làithean.||I was on holiday.|
|Man||Càit an deach sibh?||Where did you go?|
|Calum||Bha mi air falbh. |
Chaidh mi a Chanada.
|I was away. |
I went to Canada.
Ach càite, càite nochd an tèid mi?
Chan eil cèilidh air a’ phrèiridh!
But where will I go tonight?
There’s no ceilidh on the prairie!
|Calum||Ò ist!||Oh be quiet!|