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Bunneydys

Bunneydys

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stiagh
magh
dy valley
hie eh
haink eh
roie eh
hooill eh
lheim eh
huitt eh

Haink eh stiagh
Hie eh stiagh
Roie eh stiagh
Hooill eh stiagh
Lheim eh stiagh
Huitt eh stiagh
Hie Jishag magh

Haink ny paitçhyn dy valley
Roie yn moddey sollagh stiagh 'sy thie
Hooill yn dooinney magh ayns shoh
Huitt mee stiagh 'syn ushtey
Lheim yn kayt er yn voayrd

neayr's
c’raad?
ish
minnid ny ghaa
dys
noadyr
nee?
er dy henney


JUAN C’raad ta jishag?
EALISH Hie eh magh minnid ny ghaa er dy henney
JUAN C'raad?
EALISH Cha nel fys aym. T'eh 'sy gharey, s'cosoylagh.
JUAN Nagh vel Moirrey ayns shoh noadyr?
EALISH Roie ish magh neesht. .
JUAN Dys jishag, nee?
EALISH She, s'cosoylagh.
in
out
home, homewards
he went
he came
he ran
he walked
he jumped
he fell

He came in.
He went in.
He ran in.
He walked in.
He jumed in.
He fell in.
Daddy went off out.

The children came home.
The dirty dog ran into the house.
The man walked out here.
I fell into the water.
The cat jumped on to the table.

since
where?
she (emphatic)
minute or two
to
(e)neither
is it, did?
ago


Where's daddy?
He went off a couple of minutes ago..
Where?
I don't know. He's in the garden, probably.
Isn't Moirrey here either?
She ran out too
To daddy, did she?
Yes, probably.
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