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Subject: "Learning Irish"
From: "L.KABEL" <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Thu, 2 Feb 1995 12:57:00 GMT

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Du/irt Alex Breed:
>My opinion is that what's best about this book are the tapes,
>because they are in real Connemara dialect. Native Gaeltacht
>Irish has a quality to it that makes the standardized pronunciation,
>heard on the B.C. tapes and elsewhere (even on RnaG sometimes)
>sound sterile.
Aontai/m le Alex gur rud maith iad na teipeanna maidir leis an nGaeilge
na/durtha. Ach ni/l siad chomh u/saideach sin do thosnaithoiri/ mar
ni/ aithnitear, mar shampla, "ag ithe agus ag o/l" as a "ag i sa go/l".
        [BE] The tapes which accompany O/ Siadhails course are very
             interesting for the natural Irish but for beginners it is
             very hard to recognize single words (speaking out of
Lars Kabel
94 Edinburgh Street, Lisburn Road, Be/al Feirste BT9 7DT, T. na hE/ireann
Fo/n: +44/232/666103
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