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Saying what you’re doing Ag innse dè tha thu a’ dèanamh

I'm going...Tha mi a' dol...

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a’ dol going

From this lesson, it is apparent that a’ dol is used in a number of situations. Here are some more examples.

càit a bheil thu a’ dol? where are you going?

a’ dol a-mach going out

a’ dol dhachaigh going home

a’ dol a dh’obair going to work

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PersonNeach
GaelicGàidhlig
EnglishBeurla
Mother Càit a bheil thu a’ dol a-nochd? Where are you going tonight?
Daughter Tha mi a’ dol a-mach. I’m going out.
Woman Ceithir uairean!
Càit a bheil thu?
Four o’ clock!
Where are you?
Man Càit a bheil thu a’ dol? Where are you going?
Woman Tha mi a’ dol dhachaigh! I’m going home!
Man 1 Càit a bheil thu a’ dol? Where are you going?
Man 2 Tha mi a’ dol a dh’obair. I’m going to work.