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Going on holiday A’ falbh air saor-làithean

What price would it be?Dè a' phrìs a bhiodh air?

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trì ceud, ceithir fichead not ’s a còig £385

ceud, ceithir fichead not ’s a naoi £189

mìle, ceud ’s trì fichead not ’s a h-ochd £1,168

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Husband Dè a’ phrìs a bhiodh e? What price would it be?
Travel Assistant Fuirichibh dà dhiog.
Trì ceud ceithir fichead not ’s a còig an duine airson dà sheachdain.
Wait two seconds.
Three hundred and eighty-five pounds per person for two weeks.
Wife Ò mo chreach ’s a thàinig.
Abair prìs!
Agus a’ chlann?
Oh my goodness me!
What a price!
And the children?
Travel Assistant Clann: ceud ceithir fichead not ’s a naoi an duine. Children: one hundred and eighty-nine pounds per person.
Wife Dè thuirt thu? What did you say?
Travel Assistant Mìle ceud trì fichead not ’s a h-ochd uile gu lèir. One thousand one hundred and sixty-eight pounds altogether.
Wife Ò, murt! Oh, heck!
Husband Uill, a ghràidh.
Dè do bheachd?
Well, dear.
What do you think?
Wife Bhiodh an Spàinn glè mhath. Spain would be very good.
Husband (Laughing) (Laughing)