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I think the answer is for each of us to do the best we can to speak the best Irish that we are able to speak. Speak it and make it alive at least in the course your own life. That’s all each of us can do, and that is what I’ve done now for some 4 years. There is no positive outcome by being negative or as stated here “realistic”. If Irish dies…. it will die. I will do my part to speak the best Irish I can, but whether my Irish is correct or not I will love it and speak it. That is the bottom line. The Gaeltacht will have to preserve its own Irish if it is important to the people in the Gaeltacht. I get weary of hearing all of the non-native Irish speakers on these forums talking about what the Gaeltacht people want or don’t want. Obviously the Gaeltacht natives aren’t on here to discuss it. I have spent weeks in the Gaeltacht for several different summers and have witnessed many native speakers who don’t even bother to speak it to their children. Others are passionate about it. That is not something we can change with all of our argument and discussion. Just LEARN it nd SPEAK it.
Aontaím leat. I agree with you! Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig ort!
Fuair mé é faoi dheireadh. Go raibh maith agat as a suíomh a thabhairt dúinn. Tá orm dul ar ais na rialacha faoi na reamhfhocail. Tá rud beag mearbhall orm i ndiaidh mo thuras go hÉireann.
Ní oíbríonn an nasc a chuir sibh seo. Níl a fhios agam má bheadh feadhb ag mo riomhaire nó leis an nasc a chuir sibh.
A Bhaile Sheic:
Go raibh maith agat as d’obair crua! Foghlaim amhrán is slí an mhaith le focail nua agus gramadach a fhoghlaim. Tá cúpla dluth díocsa agam agus taitníonn siad liom ar fad. “Amhráin is Fiche” agus “Amhráin 21 ‘s Eile” is ainm atá orthu. Tá mé ag súil le ceann eile a bhfuil seans agat a chuir anseo.