Monday Night Irish Class, June 13, 2016

Irish Class, June 13, 2016

Rang Gaeilge, 13ú lá Mí na Mheiteam 2016

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Seanfhocal

Chíonn beirt rud nach bhfeiceann duine amháin. Two people see what one person does not.

From Will:

That Chíonn is an alternate form of Feiceann, found widely in the North, but also used by some Munster speakers.
It’s a bit odd to see nach bhfeiceann in the same utterance. In class, I observed that I haven’t run into forms like Nach gcíonn at all, but Dineen’s dictionary says that that can happen.

Nonetheless, other sources indicate that modern usage is to use feic- forms with particles. That is, Chíonn sé,
but Ní fheiceann sé.

foigid = foighe patience
cinniúnt destiny, fate
Buann an fhoigid ar an gcinniúnt Patience wins over destiny

Past Relative Clauses

Direct
  1. An fear a thug an t-airgead.
  2. An bhean a chuala tú
  3. An fear a labhairt na focail
  4. An bhean atá ard
  5. An fear a bhris an fhuinneog
Indirect
  1. An fear a dtug siad airgead dó
  2. An bhean a raibh imni uirthi
  3. A fear ar labhairt mé leis
  4. An scannán ar bhreathnaigh an bhean air.

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Notaí Scéil
Bhí mé ag glanadh
garáiste
seomra oibre workroom
Líon mé an bhruscar arís is arís.
díol rummage ag mo eaglais
Bhí leaba lochta
bord oibre
trí sábha leictreacha
ciorclach circular
Tá fós tri eile agam, agus sábha láimhe (gan leictreachas) go leor
leictreachas
Is fearr liom uirlisí gan leictreachas nuair a bhfuil mé ag obair le adhmaid
níos ciúin
níos sábháilte
turas seomra éigeandála
Is maith liom mo mhéara
Cheannaigh mé trí Sábha láimhe an lá céanna Cheannaigh mé dhá Sábha láimhe an lá céanna a thug mé amach na sábha leictreacha
praiseach
Oibríonn sí sa seomra suí anois

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líon fill, full measure m1
díon roof

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