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Tha iad air mo …

They have ... me

We saw this structure, using air and the possessive adjectives, in A2 Cuspair 7: Tha e air a dhèanamh (It is done). This has a passive meaning, where the possessive adjective always refers back to the gender and number of the subject, mi + moe + a, etc. 

With verbal nouns of feeling, we can use this structure with a perfect tense meaning to say what something or someone has made someone else feel.

Tha iad air mo nàrachadh.

They have embarrassed me.

Chan eil sinn air a shàsachadh.

We have not satisfied him

An robh e air do shàrachadh?

Had he worn you out?

Bidh sibh air ar sàrachadh!

You will have worn us out!

Bidh i air a ghonadh.

She will have wounded him.

Bha i air a gonadh fhèin.

She had hurt herself.