IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhí m’aigne ~te ar dhul ann, my mind was set on going there.
Tá beartaithe agam ar dhul ann, I have made up my mind to go there.
Bhí sé ag cuimhneamh ar dhul abhaile, he was thinking of going home.
Cá bhfuil do dhul? Where are you going?
Do dhul a bhuair sinn, your passing grieved us.
Ag ~ ar dhul ann, waiting for an opportunity to go there.
I bh~, ag ~, le chéile faoi dhul chun na trá, vying with each other as to which of them should go to the strand.
Níl ~ agam dul, ar dhul, leat, I am unable to go with you.
Ar dhul go ~ an tobair dom, when I got within sight of the well.
~ ar dhul isteach, charge for admittance.