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Friends (General)

Friends

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Question

Andrew tells us where Iain lives. What does he say?

Answer

Iain lives in the same town, three houses away.

anns an aon bhaile rium - in the same town as me

rium - to me, but in English we would say ‘as me’

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Question

Andrew tells us some of Iain’s hopes for the future. What does he tell?

Answer

Iain wants to be an architect after he leaves school.

Tha Iain ag iarraidh a bhith na ailtire - Iain wants to be an architect

When we talk about someone’s job, we often use this expression.

Tha Sìne ag iarraidh a bhith na nurs - Sheena wants to be a nurse

Tha Seòras ag iarraidh a bhith na thidsear - George wants to be a teacher

Tha Anna ag iarraidh a bhith na neach-saidheans - Anne wants to be a scientist

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