There were a few words and phrases there which you can use when talking about An clàr–bìdh (The menu). Let’s look at some of them again in context.
A bheil thu air salann a chur ann?
Have you put salt in it?
Feumaidh mi piobar a chur ris.
I have to add pepper.
Feumaidh mi glasraich a chur ris an t–sailead cuideachd.
I have to add vegetables to the salad as well.
Feumaidh sinn sabhs a dhèanamh airson a’ mhìlsein.
We have to make the sauce for the dessert.
Feumaidh sinn an sabhs a chur ris dìreach mus ith sinn.
We have to add the sauce just before we eat.
Dè a tha thu air a chòcaireachd?
What have you cooked?
Tha mi air am mìlsean a dhèanamh.
I’ve made the dessert.
Tha mi air cèic a dhèanamh cuideachd.
I have made cake as well.
When we are talking about things we made earlier, we can use the structure Tha mi air … (I have …) or (I am after …). This structure causes iomlaid (inversion), which we first saw in A2 Cuspair 9.
|Tha mi air||a’ chèic||a dhèanamh|
|I am after||the cake||making|
|I have||made||the cake|