Tigh na Craoibhe

Thàinig Seaghan, an Éireannach, feasgar an-dé, agus an déidh dìnnear chaidh sinn do chuirm-chiùil ag cafaidh Blue Sky. Sheinn seinneadair iondail air thùs, agus bha e go math, gu h-àraid air an giotàr. Ri a shàil sheinn còmhlan-ciùil House of Trees (Tigh na Craoibhe) ás an t-Suain, agus bha iad math dha-rìribh, gu h-àraid a’ seinneadair.

Bhruidhinn sinn ann an Gaeilge, gu beag-nithe, agus ann an Fraingis, agus ann an Cuimris.

Tháinig Seaghan, an Éireannach, tráthnóna inné, agus i ndiaidh dinnéar a fháil, chuaigh muid go ceol-chuirm ag an caife Blue Sky. Sheinn amhránaí áitiúla ar dtús, agus bhí sé go maith, go háirithe ar an ghiotár. Ansin sheinn banna ceoil as an tSualauin darb ainm House of Trees, agus bhí siad go hiontach, go háirithe an amhránaí.

Rinne muid comhrá as Gaeigle, go príomhe, agus as Fraincis agus as Breatnais.

Seaghan, the Irish guy, arrived yesterday evening, and after tea we went to a gig at the Blue Sky café. A local singer was on first and he was pretty good, especially his guitar playing. He was followed by a band from Sweden called House of Trees, who were excellent, especially the singer.

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