I haven’t quite gotten to the future tense and conditional tense verb conjugations in my rosetta stone, so I haven’t heard many pronunciations of these verbs yet, but I have come accross them in other reading. I have heard future tense verbs pronounced as if the “f” was silent, but conditional verbs I have heard pronounce with the “f” definitely there.
Some examples would be: Buailfidh / Buailfeadh Cuirfidh / Cuirfeadh Léifidh / Léifeadh Tabharfaidh / Thabharfadh etc…
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated as I like to sound out what I’m reading in my head as I read it, and I always stumble over these.
[url=http://sdrv.ms/TxdPRB]On the Modern Irish F-Future[/url], E. G. Quin [url=http://sdrv.ms/XmbEW9]The Origin of the F-Future: An Alternative Explanation[/url], E. G. Quin [url=http://sdrv.ms/TxdTkp]The F-Future in Modern Irish: A Reassessment[/url], Breandán Ó Buachalla