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RUDIMENTS OF GAELIC GRAMMAR.
interkogative or negative mood.
Past.
Sing, and Plur.
An do rinneadh nii, was I made ?
An do rinneadh thu, wert thou made?
An do rinneadh e, was he made ?
An do rinneadh sinn, were we made?
An do rinneadh sibh, toere ye made ?
An do rinneadh iad, were they tnade ?
Sing, and Plur.
Nach do rinneadh mi, was I not made Ì
Nach do rinneadh thu, wert thou not made ?
Nach do rinneadh e, ivas he not made ?
Nach do rinneadh sirai, were we not made ?
Nach do rinneadh sibh, were i/e not made ?
Nach do rinneadh iad, were they notmadei
Sing, and Plur.
Cha do rinneadh mi, / was not made.
Cha do rinneadh thu, thou wert not made.
Cha do rinneadh e, he was not made.
Cha do rinneadh sinn, we were not made.
Cha do rinneadh sibh, ye were not made.
Cha do rinneadli iad, they were not made.
Future.
Sing, and Plut.
An deanar mi, shall or wiU I be made ?
An deanar thu, shall or wilt thou be made ?
An deanar e, shall or will he be made ?
An deanar sinn, shall or will we be made ?
An deanar sibh, shall or will ye be made ?
An deanar iad, shall or will they be made Ì
Sing, and Plur.
Nach deanar mi, shall or will I not be Tnade ?
Nach deanar thu, shall or wilt thou riot be
Nach deanar e, shall or will he not be tnade ?
Nach deanar sinn, shall or trill we not be
Nach deanar sibh, shall or will ye not be
Nach deanar iad, shall or will they not be
Sing, and Plur.
Cha deanar mi, / shall or will not be made.
Cha deanar thu, thou shall or wilt not be
Cha deanar e, he shall or will not be made.
Cha deanar sinn, we shall or will not be
Cha deanar sibh, ye shall or will not be
Cha deanar iad, they shall or will not be
Subjunctive Mood.
Past.
Sing, and Plur.
Dheanteadh mi, / would or could be made.
Dheantadh thu, thou wouldst or couldst be
Dheantadh e, h4 would or could be made.
Dheantadh sinn, we would or could be made. Cluirmidh sinn, we shall or will hear
Dheantadh sibh, ye would or could be made. Cluinnidh sibh, ye shall or will hear.
Dheantadh iad, they would or coidd be J Cluinnidh iad, they shall or toll hear.
Sing, and Plur.
Nan deanteadh mi, ij I would or could be
made.
Nan deantadh i\m,ifthou wouldst or couldst
Nan deantadh e, ijhe would or could be
Nan deantadh sinn, if we would or could be
Nan deantadh sibh, if ye would or could be
Nan deantadh iad, ijthey would or could
Future.
Sing, and Plur.
Ma nithear mi, if I shall or will be made.
Ma nithear thu, if thou shall or wilt be
Ma nithear e, if he shall or wUl be made.
Ma nithear sinn, if we shall or u>ill be made.
Ma nithear sibh, if ye shall or will be tnade.
Ma nithear iad, if they shall or will be made.
Sing, and Plur.
Nan deanar mi, if I shall or will be made. '
Nan deanar thu, if thou shall or wilt be
Nan deanar e,ifhe shall or will be made.
Nan deanar sinn, if we shall or wiU be tnade
Nan deanar sibh, if ye sliall or will be made
Nan deanar iad, if they shall or will be
Imperative Mood.
Sing, and Plur.
Deantar mi, let me be made.
Deantar thu, be thou made.
Deantar e, i, let him or her be made.
Deantar sinn, let us be made.
Deantar sibh, be ye made.
Deantar iad, let them be made.
Participle.
Deanta, deante, dme.
CuuiNff, hear.
Active Voice. — Affirmative or Iniiica-
tive Mood.
Past.
Sing, and Plur.
Chuala mi, / heard or did hear.
Chuala thu, thou heardst or didst hear.
Chuala e,Ae heard or did hear.
Chuala sinn, we heard or did hear.
Chuala sibh, ye heard or did hear.
Chuala iad, they heard or did hear.
Future.
Sing, and Plur.
Cluirmidh mi, / shall or will hear.
Cluinnidh tu, thou shall or u'ilt hear.
Cluiimidh se, he shall or will hear.

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