Monday Night Irish Class, May 12, 2014

Irish Class, May 12, 2014

Rang Gaeilge, 12ú lá Mí na Bealtaine 2014

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Fadas: áéíóúÁÉÍÓÚ

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Ceist faoi Maidhc Dainín

Conas a bhí an Deisceart Mheiriceá cosúil leis an Gaeltachta nuair a bhí Maidhc Dainín óg? How was the American South similar to the Gaelacht when Maidhc Dainín was young?


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tionchar influence
seasmhacht steadfast, firm
saothar work, labor
saoránach citizen
brí strength, vigor
macánta gentle, honest
cóngar proximity, vicinity m1
imirce emigration, migration
treoraí guide, leader
spraoi m1


Scéal

Chuala mé léacht ag Neil deGrasse Tyson Déardaoin seo caite. Bhí léacht i St. Louis Park ag Beth El Synagogue. Labhair sé faoi eolaíocht, go háirithe réalteolaíocht,
agus stair. Is é deGrasse Tyson an ósta clár teilifíse Cosmos. Bhí sé ina chainteoir an-mhaith, agus an-greannmhar. Ní maith leis staid an oideachais eolaíochta i SAM anois.
Níl a fhios ag polaiteoirí agus tuairisceoirí nuachta faoi eolaíocht. Labhrann siad rudaí amaideach


Constructing Verb Tenses

Front Stem Marker
Type I
Marker
Type II
Ending
Past  Lenition/d’ Unchanged for regular verbs    ——    ——    ——
Present Habitual    —— Unchanged for regular verbs    ——    -í-    broad -nn
Past Habitual  Lenition/d’ Unchanged for regular verbs    ——    -í-    broad -dh
Conditional  Lenition/d’ Unchanged for regular verbs    -f-    -ó-    broad -dh
Future    —— Unchanged for regular verbs    -f-    -ó-    slender -dh


amhlaidh
amhlaidh thus, so adv
Gurab amhlaidh duit! The same to you!
Ní hamhlaidh duitse é the case is different with you,
Más amhlaidh go bhfuil tú ag imeacht, if in fact you are going away,
An amhlaidh nach dtuigeann tú mé? Is it that you do not understand me?
Ní hamhlaidh go bhfuil eagla orm, it is not that I’m afraid,
Is amhlaidh a tháinig sé agus gan an leabhar leis, actually he came without bringing the book,

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