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Go raibh Maith agat! Ní oibríonn an nasc sin afach…
Táim I dteagmháil leo go rialta go raibh Maith agat. Leanaí ana óg is mó sa ghrúpa ach tá sé ana dheas seans a fháil í a labhairt ar a shon sin! Grma!
Bhuel is mó rud nua atá foghlamtha agam inniu pé scéal é! GRMA
We spoke a dialect at home (not native speakers but my parents were very meticulous about giving us a dialect). It caused some problems at school because some of the grammar was incorrect according to the caighdeán ( a dirty word in our house!). I find that I have to work hard to keep some of the dialect now as I don’t live in the Gaeltacht. I am sending my children to a Gaelscoil. I don’t know a thing about them and wouldn’t be aufait with the theory but for me it’s another setting in which they can speak Irish as its the thing I missed most as a child, I’d want to speak it to anyone I could find who spoke it! Even my five year old craves other children to speak Irish with (her English is fluent too but she wants to speak in Irish to other children) and I feel she may get some aspect of it there. She is already aware of different dialects and asks me what kind of Irish different speakers have. I am hoping the gaelscoil wont ruin her ‘blas’ as I’ve seen this happen before and already she has come home singing the word ‘isteach’ with a hard ‘c’ at the end for the first time ever having heard it there!!!
Chun na fírinne a rá is cuma liom chomh fada is atá an litriu I gceart agam! Bfhearr liom an fhuaim ‘d’/’th’ i lár… Toisc go bhfuil sé níos fusa é a rá is dócha!!
Táim buíoch as do chuid comhairle!!
Mar sin ní ceart an fhuaim ‘d’/’th’ a bheith ann in aon chor??
Go raibh míle Maith agat! Cheapas féin é sin mar dheineas blúirín beag staidéar ar an scéal sin.
Tá cuid de léite agamsa, sé m’athair a chóirigh é… Giotaí beaga suimiula ann! Tá an ghaelainn casta ach níos fusa ná cuid de na cinn eile a chóirigh sé!! Dheineas iarracht Gort Broc a léamh cúpla uair ach theip orm!