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PostPosted: Fri 19 Nov 2021 5:37 pm 
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Dhia dhuit Breandán,
dia dhaoibh ar fad.
Mise macribo@github.com

Hello all.

Bhíodh Gaeilge bunúsach maith agam, ach ní chlachtím go minic le deirneas í.
Tá feabhais le chuir agam ar ar mo gramadach.

Tá Gearmáinis á foghlaim agam.
Ní chlachtím a dhóthain í.

bí súas.

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PostPosted: Tue 08 Feb 2022 10:43 am 
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Dia daoibh. Is mise Gealach/Garp.
Táim i mo chónaí i Corcaigh agus tá mé ar bís mo chuid Gaeilge a fheabhsú.
Rinne mé cúrsa comhrá i UCC cúpla bliain ó shin agus bhain mé taitneamh as.
Faoi láthair, táim ag déanamh staidéar ar 'e-Learning' agus beidh mé ag déanamh tionscadal.
Tá súil agam go mbeidh mé ag cruthú cúrsa leis an teanga.
Sin é an scéal anois.


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PostPosted: Tue 29 Mar 2022 5:52 pm 
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Dia daoibh. Súileabháin atá orm agus tá mé ag foghlaim ag rang oíche.

Please let me know if what I wrote above wasn't written correctly and it is very nice to meet you all. I've been going after this for about 1.5 years and I'm admitting that I have not progressed much because I haven't spent enough time studying. Thankfully I just ran across this site and have several questions to ask. I'll do my best to search for them before I make a post.

Go raibh maith agaibh!


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PostPosted: Mon 04 Apr 2022 1:14 pm 
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Súileabháin wrote:
Dia daoibh. Súileabháin atá orm agus tá mé ag foghlaim ag rang oíche.

Please let me know if what I wrote above wasn't written correctly and it is very nice to meet you all. I've been going after this for about 1.5 years and I'm admitting that I have not progressed much because I haven't spent enough time studying. Thankfully I just ran across this site and have several questions to ask. I'll do my best to search for them before I make a post.

Go raibh maith agaibh!


A Shúileabháin,

An bhfuil Súileabhán (mar ainm) nó Ó Súileabháin (mar sloinnte) ort?

(nominative/accusative: Súileabhán, genitive/vocative: Súileabháin)


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PostPosted: Sat 09 Apr 2022 1:42 pm 
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Dia daoibh! Is mise Justine. Is as Meiriceá mé.

I am interested in learning Irish because I think it is a beautiful language, my grandparents emigrated from Ireland and always loved their homeland, I visited family in Ireland a few years back and loved the country, and I would like to do what I can to help preserve the language. I took Irish 101 and 102 through Dublin City University on the Future Learn website a two years ago. I've also used the Pimsleur cds and Now You're Talking. I am trying to focus on learning the Ulster dialect. I don't have the time to continue taking courses right now, but I would like to continue in the future.

I am a home school teacher to my daughter and she also seems to have an affinity for learning new languages. We have been learning French, Japanese, and Latin. We use the Charlotte Mason method for learning languages (basically, you progress in a language the way a child does with their native tongue: Listening>Speaking>Reading> Writing). Since she was so comfortable with her foreign language exams last term, I have decided to add introductions to German, Irish, and Biblical Hebrew for next term. I write all my own curriculum for her, though I do make use of good books and materials I find along the way. I am hoping this forum can help me as I create simple lessons for her.


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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jul 2022 9:40 pm 
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Hello, I am currently reading The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and I was wondering if someone could translate one of my favorite quotes from the book into Irish. The quote is "To define is to limit."
If someone could help me, that would be great! Thank you!


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PostPosted: Fri 08 Jul 2022 12:09 pm 
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Dia dhaoibh, my name is Liam. Cork born and raised. Like most people, I've done Irish in school; I no longer do it in class or as a subject (I'm a science guy really, so I'm doing Computer Science). So now I hope to climb the TEG ladder I suppose - I'm now focused on learning dialects. Unsurprisingly, I've chosen Cork, more broadly West Munster, or even more broadly, Munster. I have something of a plan; to get the hang of Cork, then other West Munster dialects, then East Munster. Beyond that, I haven't made any plans... I'll try progressing with my Munster plans and see where I am in future. Until now it's always been spontaneous bursts of study rather than something consistent, which I hope to change. So I'll probably be on here a lot, asking a lot of questions.


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PostPosted: Fri 08 Jul 2022 1:47 pm 
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liamo5 wrote:
Dia dhaoibh, my name is Liam. Cork born and raised. Like most people, I've done Irish in school; I no longer do it in class or as a subject (I'm a science guy really, so I'm doing Computer Science). So now I hope to climb the TEG ladder I suppose - I'm now focused on learning dialects. Unsurprisingly, I've chosen Cork, more broadly West Munster, or even more broadly, Munster. I have something of a plan; to get the hang of Cork, then other West Munster dialects, then East Munster. Beyond that, I haven't made any plans... I'll try progressing with my Munster plans and see where I am in future. Until now it's always been spontaneous bursts of study rather than something consistent, which I hope to change. So I'll probably be on here a lot, asking a lot of questions.

Well, if you start with the 1961 edition of Teach Yourself Irish by Myles Dillon, that is Cork Irish. (The later edition by Diarmuid Ó Sé cannot be recommended - it is Standardised Irish.)
You can download the 1961 edition with embedded audio files at https://archive.org/download/TeachYours ... YI1961.pdf


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