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Bunneydys

Bunneydys

Lessoon Shiaght as Daeed

yn arragh
yn sourey
yn fouyr
yn geurey
yn corkey
ny praaseyn
yn churnaght

ersooyl
cuirrit
buinnt
jeant
ceaut
immeeit
brisht

Ta'n arragh ayn nish: ta ny praaseyn cuirrit.
Tat n fouyr ayn nish: ta ny praaseyn buinnt
Ta'n arragh ayn nish: ta'n churnaght cuirrit
Ta'n fouyr ayn nish: ta’n churnaght buinnt
Ta'n arragh ayn nish: ta'n corkey cuirrit
Ta'n fouyr ayn nish: ta' n corkey buinnt

Ta’n sourey ersooyl nish
Cha nel yn geurey ceaut foast
Vel yn gleashtan brisht ?
Nagh vel oo ersooyl thie ?
Cha nel yn berreen jeant foast .
Ta ooilley yn obbyr jeant aym

gollrish
emshyr houree
yn obbyr
ro 'liugh
t'eh jeant ayd
cha nel ad buinnt ec peiagh erbee.
ram
yn thalloo
braew, çhirrym

ORREE Hello, Yamys. ta'n emshyr mie jiu.
JAMYS T'eh aalin; t'eh gollrish emshyr houree
ORREE S'cosoylagh dy vel ooilley yn obbyr
jeant ayd ?
JAMYS Ta ram jeant aym. Agh cha nel ooilley
ny praaseyn buinnt aym foast
ORREE Cha nel ad buinnt ec peiagh erbee foast
Va'n thalloo ro 'liugh.
JAMYS Va, agh t'eh braew chirrym nish
ORREE Ta, bwooise da Jee.

the spring
the summer
the autumn
the winter
the oats
the potatoes
the wheat

away
sown
reaped
done, made
spent, thrown
gone away
broken

It's spring now; the potatoes are sown.
It's autumn now: the potatoes are 'reaped’ (have been dug)
It's spring now: the wheat is sown.
It's autumn now: the wheat is reaped.
It's spring now: the oats is sown.
It's autumn now: the oats is reaped.

Summer is gone now.
Winter isn't gone yet.
Is the car broken ?
Aren't you off home ?
The cake isn't made yet.
I have done all the work.

similar to, like
summer weather
the work
too wet
you have it done (you've done it)
they aren't reaped (dug) by anyone
a lot
the land
fine and dry

Hello, Jamys. The weather's good today.
It's beautiful; it's like summer weather.
I suppose you have all the work done.

I have a lot done. But I haven't all the potatoes
dug yet.
No one has them dug yet.
The ground was too wet.
It was, but it's fine and dry now.
It is, thank God.



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