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By Thomas Ihde, Maire Ni Neachtain, Roslyn Blyn-LaDrew, John Gillen

This publication is superb for an entire self-taught newbie, an grownup schooling classification, or Irish one zero one. After operating via this quantity, the coed can proceed on with easy Irish: A Grammar and Workbook which i've got additionally got. That quantity used to be additionally released via Routledge in 2008. the 2 books train a regular kind of the language with a local choice for Connacht Irish. The authors of Colloquial Irish are all lecturers that is an immense plus. one in all them is a local speaker of the colloquial shape modeled within the e-book and her voice is additionally heard at the CDs besides different local audio system. i've got consistently desired to research the Irish of the western a part of Co. Galway, yet all that used to be to be had used to be studying Irish. i could not make it earlier bankruptcy five of that booklet. i suppose translating thousands of sentences from Irish to English and English to Irish simply wasn't my factor, but I understand it works for a few. Colloquial Irish has loads of attractive and enjoyable routines that make me use the language rather than simply examining it. I additionally love the cultural notes in every one bankruptcy that i do not take note seeing in the other Irish language textbook.

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You may also be asked Cén áit a bhfuil tú i do chónaí? as we saw in the first part of this chapter. If you are on holiday in the Gaeltacht, someone might ask you Cén áit a bhfuil tú ag fanacht? to find out your holiday address. Cén seoladh atá agat? 13 Bóthar na Siopaí, Cathair na Gaillimhe. Cén áit a bhfuil tú i do chónaí? An Tulaigh, Baile na hAbhainn, Contae na Gaillimhe. Cén áit a bhfuil tú ag fanacht? Suan na Mara, An Straidhp, Na Forbacha, Contae na Gaillimhe. ] address? 13 Shop Street, Galway City.

Ireannach ᮀ Náisiúntacht eile, sonraigh __________________________ __________________________ ᮀ Gan aon náisiúntacht 4. Céard é do stádas pósta reatha? (Freagair má tá tú 15 bliana d’aois nó níos sine) × i mbosca amháin. ᮀ ᮀ Singil (níor phós riamh) ᮀ Pósta (an chéad phósadh) ᮀ Athphósta (i ndiaidh Baintreachais) ᮀ Athphósta (i ndiaidh Colscartha/Neamhnithe) ᮀ Idirscartha ᮀ Colscartha ᮀ Baintreach 5. Cé mhéad páistí atá agat? ᮀ ______________________________________ ᮀ Duine ar bith Vocabulary athphósta baineann remarried female 39 40 Unit 3: Ag caint faoin teaghlach bosca céad ainm céad phósadh díobh duine ar bith eile fireann freagair gach ceann gan gnéas idirscartha luaigh má náisiúntacht neamhnithe níor phós riamh níos mó ná níos sine nó pósta reatha sloinne sonraigh stádas box first name first marriage of them none, no one other male answer each one without sex separated mention if nationality annulment never married more than older or marital current last name specify status 4 Ag lorg eolais faoi lóistín Seeking information about lodgings In this unit we will look at: • • • • talking about living quarters and the contents of rooms asking about number and location of rooms talking about where one is staying specifying rent arrangements and satisfaction with accommodation • using the definite article Dialogue 7 (CD 1; 29) Renting a holiday home in the Gaeltacht Éamonn has walked into the auctioneer’s office (real estate agent) to inquire about the possibility of renting a house in Indreabhán.

Fionnuala: Aoife atá ar ár n-iníon agus Ciarán atá ar ár ________. Exercise 8 1 Cé mhéad deartháir atá agat? 2 Cé mhéad deirfiúr atá agat? 3 Cé mhéad deartháir is deirfiúr atá agat? Exercise 9 The words in the following sentences have been mixed. Place them in the correct order. 1 2 3 4 5 m’iníon seo Ciara í. dheartháir bhfuil ar aithne an agat mo? é seo mo Eoin mhac. aithne an bhfuil ar mo dheirfiúr agat? mo seo thuismitheoirí iad. 37 38 Unit 3: Ag caint faoin teaghlach Talking about your family (CD 1; 27) While we have used the expressions m’fhear céile “my husband” and mo bhean chéile “my wife” above, traditionally just m’fhear “my husband” (literally, “my man”) and mo bhean “my wife” (literally, my woman”) were used and continue to be heard in less formal settings.

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