Anita is chatting about her friend.
Listen to what she has to say and answer the questions which follow. If you need to, you can also read the transcript.
What is Anita's best friend called?
MacTaggart is a common surname in Scotland. It sounds like the original Gaelic Mac an t-Sagairt.
How often does Anita see her friend?
We use the words a h-uile and gach to mean 'every'.
Where does her best friend live?
In the house opposite her.
Mu choinneimh means 'opposite'. You'll hear this a lot when describing where things are.
Where did they meet?
Sgoil-àraich is the Gaelic for 'nursery'. Àrach means 'to be brought up'. This is interesting because the word nursery means the same.
How old is Anita's best friend?
Four months older than Anita.
Nas sine is the Gaelic for 'older'; we say nas òige for 'younger'.