This is a useful phrase to know, just as useful as chan eil mi gad thuigsinn. Let’s start with the question.
|A bheil thu||gam thuigsinn?||Do you understand me?|
|A bheil i||gad thuigsinn?||Does she understand you? (singular)|
|A bheil thu||ga thuigsinn?||Do you understand him?|
|A bheil thu||ga tuigsinn?||Do you understand her?|
|A bheil thu||gar tuigsinn?||Do you understand us?|
|A bheil i||gur tuigsinn?||Does she understand you? (formal/polite/plural)|
|A bheil thu||gan tuigsinn?||Do you understand them?|
|Tha thu||gam thuigsinn.||You understand me|
|Tha i||gad thuigsinn.||She understands you. (singular)|
|Tha thu||ga thuigsinn.||You understand him.|
|Tha thu||ga tuigsinn.||You understand her.|
|Tha thu||gar tuigsinn.||You understand us.|
|Tha i||gur tuigsinn.||She understands you. (formal/polite/plural)|
|Tha thu||gan tuigsinn.||You understand them.|
You’ll remember we learnt about dè cho tric …? in the previous section. We can use this in a similar way.
Dè cho tric ‘s a bhios tu a’ faicinn do sheanmhair?
How often do you see your granny?
Dè cho tric ‘s a bhios tu ga faicinn?
How often do you see her?
Dè cho tric ‘s a bhios tu a’ faicinn do sheanair?
How often do you see your grampa?
Dè cho tric ‘s a bhios tu ga fhaicinn?
How often do you see him?