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Subject: Re: Moo Goo Gai Pan
From: Joseph McCloskey <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Joseph McCloskey <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 11 Mar 1998 19:05:31 -0500
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GRMA, Alex Breed, as an eolas fan Boston Globe ("More people in NI speak
Chinese than Gaelic.")  (Is fearr liom muiceoil mu-shoo.)

Ta/ an Ghaeilge agus an tSi/nis araon agam.  Tharla rud suimiu/il domh mar
gheall air sin agus mise i dtuaisceart na hE/ireann i 1996.  Rinne me/
cuairt ar Mhea/nscoil Dhoire.  I rang amha/in (an se/u/  rang, si/lim),
d'fhiafraigh leaid amha/in di/om an raibh "teanga eile seachas an Ghaelic"
agam.  "Si/nis" arsa mise.  Thoisigh siad a chaitheamh ceist i ndiaidh
ceiste orm. Tar e/is tamaill bhi/ me/ ag mu/ineadh ceacht Si/nise ceart
do/ibh.  As Gaelic, ar ndo/igh.

Scri/obh me/ chuig eagartho/ir an Boston Globe.  Ta/  rudai/ mar sin
mi/che/illi/ agus de/anann  siad dochar don obair ata/ a/ de/anamh ar son na
teangan.  De re/ir cosu/lachta, ta/ cliu/ ag an Bhoston Globe as a
dtuairmi/ocht fhrithEireannach.  Suachma/in sona sa/sta ata/ iontu.

Ta/ tuarim is 140,000 duine in ainm is a bheith ina gcainteoiri/ Gaelic
insna Se/ Chontae (50% an figiur ceart?), roinnt a/irithe cainteoiri/
du/chais o/ Ghaeltacht Thi/r Chonaill ina measc comh maith le roinnt daoine
a togadh tri/d na Gaelic insna Se/ Chontae.  Ta/ Si/nigh ann, cinnte, ach
ni/ do/igh liom go bhfuil breis is cupla ce/ad cainteoiri/ sa Tuaisceart, na
gasu/iri/ sa rang sin i nDoire san a/ireamh, mar a du/irt me/ leis an
Bhoston Globe.  SGF.  Seosamh MacBhloscaidh [log in to unmask]

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Breed <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Monday, March 09, 1998 4:53 PM
Subject: Moo Goo Gai Pan


>Sa Boston Sunday Globe inne/ (8/3/98) du/radh "More people in Northern
>Ireland speak Chinese than Gaelic."  (Richard P. Carpenter, Travel,
>lch. M10)
>
>An fi/or sin?  An gcaithfear Si/ni/s a fhoghlaim chun cuairt a
>thabhairt ar na Se/ gContaethe?
>
>Alex
>Alex Breed <[log in to unmask]>

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