Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig)
is a Celtic language spoken in North-Western Scotland.
Scottish Gaelic is not an official language of the United Kingdom, but it is classed as
an indigenous language under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
Conjugate a Scots Gaelic Verb
Verbal constructions may make use of synthetic verb forms which are marked
to indicate person (the number of such forms is limited), tense, mood, and voice
(active, impersonal/passive). Gaelic has very few irregular verbs. Traditionally
grammars use the terms 'past', 'future tense', 'conditional', 'imperative' and
'subjunctive' in describing the five core Scottish Gaelic verb forms.