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I am looking to get a phrase translated into Scottish Gaelic - anyone out there able to help me?
The phrase I'm after is: "Life is what you make it"
I have managed to translate word for word but would love to get someone who speak the language to translate it for me - with the correct grammer etc.
I would say "Is am beatha na tha thu a' deanamh dhi.", but bear in mind that I am not a native speaker. The Gaelic speaking culture has a vast inventory of sayings and proverbs, which are poorly documented; A native speaker might produce something that would express the idea very differently.
thankyou David G for translating that proverb. did u know any scottish gaelic proverbs similar to "life is what you make it"
looking for a gaelic translation for " men of war " thanks !!
I am looking to have .. faith, hope and love translated into scottish gaelic, I think it may be .. credeamh, dochas agus gra or creideamh, dochas as dilseachd... any help would be great!! thanks
Does anyone know if there is a Gaelic translation for "Lest we forget"?
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