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PostPosted: Wed 05 Oct 2016 12:25 am 
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I removed your mistaken post from the topics list, so as not to confuse anyone. Feel free to start a new topic there for each translation request with which you want help.

Tír na nÓg was a place believed to lie to the West of Ireland where people went when they died (I think the Welsh called it Avalon), and apparently everyone there enjoyed eternal youth. There's probably a Wikipedia article with more info.

For pronunciation, you can go to this site (where you can convert the intructions to English with the toggle near the top). Note that you can also choose the dialect you want.

http://www.abair.tcd.ie

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PostPosted: Wed 05 Oct 2016 12:32 am 
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CuriousIrish wrote:
Hey, hope everyone is keeping well.

I'm Matthew..I'm only starting out on my Irish learning 'adventure'!

Can anyone recommend any books or websites for learning Irish as there are a tonne out there? I'd preferably like a book that offers phonetics to make the pronunciation easier.

Thanks guys, maybe some day I'll be fit to come back and edit my comment with some Irish!

Cheers :wave:


If you go back to the main Board Index page and look down the page, you'll see a section with links to Irish learning materials.

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Tráthnóna maith daoibh!

Is mise Seán – nó Johan i Sualainnis – agus táim trí bliana fichead d'aois. Is Sualannach mé agus táim i mo chónaí in oirthear na Sualainne. Labhraím Sualainnis, Ioruais, Béarla agus Gaeilge – ach níl Gaeilge mhaith agam.

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Sualannach wrote:
Tráthnóna maith daoibh!

Is mise Seán – nó Johan i Sualainnis – agus táim trí bliana fichead d'aois. Is Sualannach mé agus táim i mo chónaí in oirthear na Sualainne. Labhraím Sualainnis, Ioruais, Béarla agus Gaeilge – ach níl Gaeilge mhaith agam.

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Sé do bheatha, a Sheáin!
Rugadh seanathair m'athar i Sualainn (sílim go rugadh é i nDalarna), ach phós sé bean Éireannach i Nua Eabhrach, a bhí Gaeilge aici.

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PostPosted: Thu 06 Oct 2016 3:03 pm 
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Dia dhaoibh Gaeilgeoirí eile.

Conas atá sibh?

Is mise Andrew agus tá mé i mo chónaí i mBéal Feirste.

Tá mé nua anseo, ach tá mé ag foghlaim Gaeilge ar feadh dhá bhliain anois.


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Fáilte romhat, a chara ;)


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Sualannach wrote:
Tráthnóna maith daoibh!

Is mise Seán – nó Johan i Sualainnis – agus táim trí bliana fichead d'aois. Is Sualannach mé agus táim i mo chónaí in oirthear na Sualainne. Labhraím Sualainnis, Ioruais, Béarla agus Gaeilge – ach níl Gaeilge mhaith agam.

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Tá cara maith agam a bhfuil Sualainnis agus Gaeilge iontach aici. Abair liom nuair atá tú chun teacht go Washington. Ba cheart duit bualadh léithi

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CaoimhínSF wrote:
Rugadh seanathair m'athar i Sualainn (sílim go rugadh sé i nDalarna), ach phós sé bean Éireannach i Nua Eabhrach, a raibh Gaeilge aici.

an-suimúil ar fad, a chara
ba mhaith liom ceann mar sin a fháil domsa féin :-PPP

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Amos is ainm dom.

I just recently started to learn Irish, but I already made a trip to Innisheer. It was beautiful and I just want to learn more.


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CaoimhínSF wrote:
Sé do bheatha, a Sheáin!
Rugadh seanathair m'athar i Sualainn (sílim go rugadh é i nDalarna), ach phós sé bean Éireannach i Nua Eabhrach, a bhí Gaeilge aici.


Dia duit, a ChaoimhínSF!

An bhfuil tú i do chónaí i Stáit Aontaithe Mheiriceá?

...agus as Béarla: My paternal grandfather's maternal grandmother was born in Svartnäs parish in Dalarna.


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