Following the success of the SNP, will the YDM be next? The dialect there is brilliant, and they would form a useful group with their northern colleagues. The House of Commons will have to install those headphones and simultaneous translators...
Ciamer a tha thu?
Tha sin gie mhath, a bheil Gadihlig agad?.
I have a little Gaelic " chan eil moran"
My Grandparents first language was Gaelic my parents spoke it quietely at home. Without bringing politics into it i am sure you know that in my young day [50s] it was beaten out of you at school if you used it as it was considered to be backward and uncultured. Glad to say it is making a comeback and its status is very much on the up and the decline is steadying with just about all road signs from around Perth going north in Gaelic and English and a few schools teaching in the medium, which raises its profile. Its such a shame it was outlawed after the the Jacobite uprisings and that its persecution was by lowland Scots. I have very little as when i left home i never used it at all and most of it has gone from my mind and it wasnt used much by me at home in anycase. It is without doubt the langauge spoken in heaven by the angels so when i pop off my limited knowledge might get me in, dont know what you Sassenachs are going to do.
Clanna nan Gaedheal ri guaillibh a cheile [ children of the gaels [clans] shoulder to shoulder] or something like that.