"He's no gaun to walk hame," said Allan, as they all gathered again on the pit head.
A gaun fit's aye getting, were it but a thorn or a broken tae.
She said to him, Yere gaun briskly awa, my lad, but yell come ridin hame the nicht.
I'm gaun to stop skliffin' wi' my feet; it's sair on the boots.
He's gaun abroad, he tells me, and settles to sit doon aboot Dunkerque in France.
Gie me your word ye're no' gaun in for ony sports o' that kind.
And now for him of the red head,” says he; “was he gaun fast or slow?
If I was gaun to hae a cornet I wad hae a cornet and no' a brass feenisher.
I'm no gaun to keep company wi' ony man that gangs on the nicht shift!
Miss Alice is no weel—I saw her gaun up to her ain room, slow and heavy.