> So you should say "thig a-steach" if you mean "come in" but don't
> be too surprised if you hear "thig a-staigh" instead, particularly
> from people who use gaelic only rarely.
Tha seo a' sealltainn, Tom, gur ann ann an Leòdhas a ionnsaich
thu do chuid Gàidhlig!
According to logic it should be "thig a-steach", and this is the
form used in Lewis (and Ireland). However, most dialects (e.g.
Uist, Skye) do not have the word "a-steach" and use "a-stigh"
all the time. I was correcting our two year old child for saying
"a-stigh" and then I found that all the neighbours said the same