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Irish or Gaelic

Beitragvon Gast » 07.12.2004, 19:33

Dia Dhuit, I write this text in Englsh, coz i´m not able to write it in Irish!! :oops: I just speak some words, but I want to go on learning it, so is here anybody who speaks Irish?????
Go raibh maith agat.

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Beitragvon grasgruen » 07.12.2004, 21:23

we had a guest teacher from ireland last year. when he started talking irish, it just sounded great :mrgreen:

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Re: Irish or Gaelic

Beitragvon Hi no Tori » 08.12.2004, 13:14

Gast hat geschrieben:Anybody who speaks Irish?

Just one sentence, a few phrases and lots of single words, I'm afraid...

Favourite phrase, and only one I can pronounce halfway decently:
"Án bhfuil cead agam dul amach más é do thoil é?" (Not at ALL sure about the spelling, I'm afraid... Means "May I go to the bathroom, please?" ;))

The others I know are pretty much standard phrases, though, such as "Éireann go Brách", "Sláinte!", "Taim i' ngra leat" or the notorious "Póg mo thóin".

Anyone else?

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Beitragvon Nissy » 09.12.2004, 21:01

Dia Dhuit!
Where did you learn Irish from?
I'm a huge fan of Ireland, but I don't know where I could learn the language..
:cry:
Slan leat! (or sth like that)
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Beitragvon Hi no Tori » 09.12.2004, 22:43

Nissy hat geschrieben:Where did you learn Irish from?
Mh... I didn't exactly learn it - I couldn't even ask the way in Gaelige - but me Mama's Irish, and she taught me a thing or two. Not much though, since she only remembers the few words and phrases she learned at school... The other stuff comes from visits to Éire. Saw things on shirts and such in tourist shops and tried to figure out the meaning. *laughs*

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Beitragvon Joulupukki » 10.12.2004, 16:45

I have never ever heard anyone talking in Irish...unfortunately...but it seems to be a great language...I also thought of going to Ireland, but now its Finland and I am absolutely happy with that. Finnish is also great, but fricken difficult. What about Irish, it just looks so different from any other european language...where are its roots?
@Hi no Tori: Is English your 2nd mother tongue cause your Mum is from Ireland?
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Beitragvon Hi no Tori » 10.12.2004, 19:43

Joulupukki hat geschrieben:Irish just looks so different from any other european languages...where are its roots?
It's a Celtic language. The spelling was cooked up by Englishmen, I believe... before that, it was runes. I don't know much more, though. Unfortunately. Maybe wikipedia.org knows more?
Joulupukki hat geschrieben:@Hi no Tori: Is English your 2nd mother tongue cause your Mum is from Ireland?
Uh... I guess. Thing is, we didn't use English at home at all ever since I started Kindergarten, so even though I have to tic "bilingual" whenever I take a FLE (e.g. Bundeswettbewerb Fremdsprachen), it's not like I know it because I use it at home every day. The stuff I know now... I used to have the basics and do nothing with them. In 7th form, it was my second foreign language and I started to remember things. Then, at age fourteen or so, I discovered fan fiction -- and that was that. *laughs* But that's off topic, right? *sheepish grin*

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Beitragvon Gast » 12.12.2004, 17:33

Nissy hat geschrieben:Dia Dhuit!
Where did you learn Irish from?
I'm a huge fan of Ireland, but I don't know where I could learn the language..
:cry:
Slan leat! (or sth like that)


Céad míle fáilte romhat! I´m a huge fan of Eire and I start "learning" Irish wth a book and a CD, it isn´t easy but it´s funny to learn some phrases!!! :D :mrgreen:

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Beitragvon Anouk » 13.12.2004, 19:58

Irish is sooo great! :jumper: I love it! :loveyou:
Wait a moment, I have to search for my book in which I wrote some Irish phrases when I was in Ireland... just a moment! :)

Cad é mar atá tú? How are you? (to just one person)
Cad é mar atá sibh? How are you? (more than one)
[Tá me] Go maith. I´m fine.
Agus tú féin? And yourself?

[Is] Mise. I´m...

Tá lá breá ann. It´s a fine day.
Tá drochlá ann inniu. It´s a bad day today.
Tá sé fuar. It´s cold.
Tá sé te. It´s hot/warm.
Tá sé fliuch. It´s wet.
Tá, cinnte. It´s, indeed.

Buíochas le Dia! Thank God!

Slán Goodbye
Slán go fóill Goodbye for now
Chífidh mé tú. I´ll see you.

Tá Yes
Níl No

So, slán go fóill! :D

If you want to know anything how to pronounce- tell me and I´ll try to explain it to you. It´s very different from the way you write it, you know? :)

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Beitragvon Nissy » 13.12.2004, 20:16

Anouk hat geschrieben:If you want to know anything how to pronounce- tell me and I´ll try to explain it to you. It´s very different from the way you write it, you know? :)


How do you pronounce it?
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Beitragvon Anouk » 14.12.2004, 15:40

Nissy hat geschrieben:How do you pronounce it?


What exactly? Everything? :o

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Beitragvon Nissy » 16.12.2004, 16:10

yep
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Beitragvon Linchen » 04.01.2005, 17:34

Irish sounds great!!! a bit unusual but still....
i learned a bit here in school and there is even a tv channel completely in irish!
there a some irish courses on the web, check my website there are links to some of them!

i'll definetly try to learn some more till i go home!

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Beitragvon Anouk » 08.01.2005, 15:31

Anouk hat geschrieben:Cad é mar atá tú? Schefematu
Cad é mar atá sibh? Schefemaschib
[Tá me] Go maith. Go mai
Agus tú féin? Agustuhein

[Is] Mise. [Is] Mische

Tá lá breá ann.
Tá drochlá ann inniu. Ta drochlannaniu
Tá sé fuar.
Tá sé te.
Tá sé fliuch.
Tá, cinnte. Ta tschinte

Buíochas le Dia! buas la dschia

Slán slan
Slán go fóill slan go foij
Chífidh mé tú. schife ma tu



Well, that´s it, I guess. I´m not that sure if you´ll understand this pronounciation... :mrgreen:

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Beitragvon Linchen » 12.01.2005, 15:44

where did you learn Irish? you seem to know quite a lot!

your pronunciation is quite comprehensible, but i have never heard càd (i know it's the wrong ` but i can't find the prper one on the keyboard) pronounced as 'sche' only as 'kad'..... but the prnunciation ist different in every part of the country.
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