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Go raibh mmaith agat. Ta bron orm as an freagra déanach. The site wouldn’t let me reply.
go hiontach ar fad, go raibh maith agat
Buíochas leat as do chabhairFebruary 3, 2019 at 1:58 pm in reply to: An féidir leat cabhrú liom? Táim ag foghlaim ó Gaeilge gan stró -intermediate #46298
go raibh míle maith agat! It is hard when learning on your own…I need to be more brave at immersions and speak more there. Hopefully I will be at February immersion.
I really appreciate the help –
Is mór liom an cúnamh
If you email email@example.com, they have a course that was taught at Harvard with a handout and audio files
I am looking for a cute catchy phrase to add to a bumper sticker to advertise our group and boost membership
our motto is “Ní neart go cur le chéile” but thought something like Get your irish on would be better
I really appreciate the help
Sin iontach. go raibh maith agat.
Yes, sorry….I saw that and it is extremely helpful. I can’t find anything similar for the other book, the one written by my relative…Michael Rainey
Thank you for your responses. I mean help with some of the phrases. I can look up each word in a sentence and get the gist of the sentence but some others I can not.
awesome thank you. Bartley was saying he was from Dublin and padraig from donnegal and I couldn’t understand whyAugust 31, 2016 at 6:34 pm in reply to: Bhí gach duine sa mbaile Rua ag déanamh a bheag nó a mhór i gcomhair an earraigh #45985
that makes sense…he is talking about moss earlier so they must be doing the red moss in spring. He is telling me about making poitin in carraroe
Thank you so much for the help
ok I will un-ruffle my feathers. when I talked to my da this morning he said i should just email uncle Bartley and he will translate, he teaches Irish studies at university. I am in a course that teaches grammar but I am just a beginner most of what I know is what I heard family speaking or what my uncle charlie has taught me on trips to Carraroe and lettercallow.