By Michael O Siadhail
This article is an introductory path to the Irish language. It presents a pedagogical method of the normal language learner, whereas additionally providing the pro linguist with an genuine description of the spoken language. a collection of audio tapes can be found individually.
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Oscail oscl(broad), imir imr- (slender). g. glan-, sal-, oscl-. g. bris-, coinn-, imr-. All verbal endings are spelt with an initial 'broad' or 'slender' vowel according to whether the preceding consonant is spelt broad or slender. NOTES: 1. pacáil: pacálaigí peinteáil: péinteálaigí Verbs with roots ending in -(e)áil are regular and behave exactly like glan, bris, except that the final I is normally made broad before any ending which does not begin with t. 2. rith ITU/ :rithig( /ri:g'i:/ bruith /bru/ : bruithigí /bri:g'i:/ In spelling, verbs with roots ending in -th are regular.
Béal bias buidéal cáca carraig/em. carta céard ? ceo cuid fem. dath Dé Domhnaigh dialann fem. dochtúr dóthain fem. focal gaoth fem. goile lóistín mála méir/em oileán ospidéal siúcra snáthaid/em. strainséara tamall teach an phobail teanga/em. /æ:f'r'əN/ /ba'l'ə mo:r/ /ba:NəLtrə/ /b'e:L/ /bLa:s/ /bid'e:L/ /ka:kə/ /ka:rəg'/ /k :rtə/ /k'e:rd/ /k'o:/ /kid'/ /da:/ /, d'e(:) 'du:Nə/ /d'i:əLəN/ /doxtu:r/ /do:n'/ /fokəL/ /gi:/ /gel'ə/ /Lo:s't'i:n'/ /ma:Lə/ /m'e:r'/ /il' :N/ /osp'əd'e:L/ /s'u:krə/ /sNa:d'/ /stræ:n's'e:rə/ /ta:məL/ /, t'æ:x ə 'fobəl'/ /t'æ:r)gə/ An Spidéal Ó Flaithearta /ə sp'id'e:L/ /o:'fLa:rtə/ (place-name) (surname) airím 'spáin dhom tháinig /æ:r'i:m'/ /spa:n' əm/ /ha:n'ək'/ I feel, hear show me !
3 thusa Donncha, beidh Cdit sdsta. 4 thusa Cdit, ni bheidh sé sdsta ar chor ar bith. 5. Deir siad thusa Cdit. 6 ionann iad. N. deas iad ? TRANSLATE: 1. one coat 2. only one boat 3. eight weeks 4. seven apples 5. five years 6. three times 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 1. My books are here. Yours are there. 2. His card is here. Hers is there. 3. Our own house is nice. 4. 'That' fellow's gate is there. 5. The lady of the house got fish and meat and butter and bread. She also got six eggs and potatoes and vegetables.