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marloncori - Mar 1st 2011, 01:53
Am bheil thu ag iarraidh a dhol?
marloncori - Mar 1st 2011, 01:53
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Am bheil thu ag iarraidh a dhol?

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  1. Apr 20th 2011, 02:41
    Leniting particle "a" doesn't occur without a preceding noun.

    A bheil thu ag iarraidh dol?

    Even then, I'm not sure you can say that....
  2. Apr 21st 2011, 03:34
    Look at Google:

    "...ag iarraidh a dhol?" - 897 results
    "...ag iarraidh dol?" - 283 results
  3. Jun 18th 2014, 11:53
    Scottish Gaelic.
  4. Jun 18th 2014, 12:07
    Yes, Scottish Gaelic.

    Also, as I failed to explain before, "dol" can't be used on it's own.

    If you mean "do you want to go (away)"="leave", it's "falbh", not dol.
    If you mean "do you want to go (there)", then you have to "dol ann" (like "andarci" in Italian).

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