Unit 35 - Discussing Energy issues

Cumhachd is Connadh "Energy and Fuel"

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In this unit we’ll look at a subject which is hotly debated throughout the world today – energy. A Gaelic word commonly used to refer to energy (of the kilowatt variety) – is cumhachd (lit. “power"). Connadh is a general word for fuel burned in fires, stoves or vehicles.

teine
fire
connadh
fuel
a’ losgadh
burning
gual
coal
fiodh
wood
mòine
peat
a’ teasachadh
heating
goileadair
boiler

Transcript 1

In transcript 1 Pòl and Iain are talking about the ways in which they heat their houses.

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