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Subject: Re: "Learning Irish" GE:FFF,BE
From: Dan Curtin <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Dan Curtin <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 2 Feb 1995 11:21:54 -0400

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Is maith liom an fuaimniu/ na/du/rtha mar sin a e/isteach. Ta/ na focail
scri/ofa sa leabhar fe/in. Ba mhaith liom an foclo/ri/n agus na sampli/
le/ite freisin.
[BE]: I like hearing how the words fit together in actual speech. I do wish the
vocabulary words and examples were also on the tapes.
Daniel J. Curtin
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, KY 41099-1700
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2 Fea 1995, Scri/obh L.KABEL:
> 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
>              experience).
> Lars Kabel

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