Learning plenty of Irish/Gaeilge for my Leaving Certificate/Scrúduithe na hArdteistiméireachta

Latest post Thu, May 18 2017 1:49 by LauraHuntORI. 1 replies.
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    • Dylan_64
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    Learning plenty of Irish/Gaeilge for my Leaving Certificate/Scrúduithe na hArdteistiméireachta

     

    Dia duit!

    I'd like to learn enough Irish to pass my Leaving Cert./Ardteist in 2014. I would like to know how to put sentences together and how to remember how they go together. All I know to date is: Tá = Present tense, Bhí = Past tense and that a verb is always first in a sentence. An example of a sentence I know is: Bhí Jimmy go dtí an teach tábhairne gach Aoine, which is: Jimmy went to the pub every Friday and Tá mé/Táím tuirseach: I'm tired.

    I would like to know enough Irish to be able to talk in a Gaeltacht when I leave school and to be able to do my Irish oral. I already know the basics like hello, goodbye, how are you?, my name is ______ and so on. I currently do Ordinary Level Irish and got a B in my Junior Cert. at Ordinary Level too. I'd like to chance an Honours/Higher Level paper but I doubt very much I'd be able to pass it. Most of the time I use Google Translate for my homework/obair bhaile and I know that it's inaccurate.

    Go raibh míle maith agat. 

     

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  • Thu, May 18 2017 1:49 In reply to

    • LauraHuntORI
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    Re: Learning plenty of Irish/Gaeilge for my Leaving Certificate/Scrúduithe na hArdteistiméireachta

     

    Ba mhaith liom a fhoghlaim chun Gaeilge a labhairt chomh maith le labhraím Béarla.

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