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The Irish indefinite article

The English indefinite article a does not exist in Irish. Unlike English, a noun on its own can be considered indefinite without the need for a specific word to show this.

Examples of using the Irish indefinite article

páiste
a child
madra
a dog
doras
a door
cara
a friend
bean
a woman

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Speak! Irish knows which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each topic consists of listening practice, a printable Irish-English lexicon and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your pronunciation compares with Irish native speakers.

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The best so far

I have tried several packages and this one is the best. It is easy to use and I really find it fun to progress through the lessons.

It seems that learning the Irish language isn't so difficult after all.
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Published on Jun. 29, 2013 by Matthias from Dublin, Ireland

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Wonderful!

The ease of use and content is truly magnificent. I have never used a program that I enjoyed so much. I had no prior knowledge of Irish Gaelic, and I'm able to progress much more than I ever did in High School!
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Published on Jan. 8, 2013 by Samantha from New York, USA

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Irish Gaelic is Enjoyable!

If the time is put into the program as required, the new language is easy to pick up on. I like how the
program includes auditory, visual, and tactial learning. I found it hard to listen to the CD in the car with
only Irish Gaelic words. I would prefer the English translation to be given along with the Irish Gaelic on the
audio CD. In the future it would also be great if there was a way to pull up the program on my android
tablet.
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Published on Dec. 18, 2014 by Jessica from United States

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Great way to learn Irish

This is a great way of learning Irish. It's fun and makes it easy. There's loads of extra features that I didnt know would be on it. Suitable for any age and very easy to use. Highly recommend

Published on Jan. 15, 2013 by Cliona from Galway, Ireland

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Basic words and phrases in Irish

Get by in Irish with these basic Irish words & phrases.

It is midnight.

Tá sé ina bhron oíche.

What time is it ?

Cén t-am é ?

One moment please.

Fan nóiméad, le do thoil.

I am in a hurry.

Tá deifir orm.

It is late.

Ta sé déanach.

It is early.

Tá sé luath.

It is two o'clock.

Tá sé a dó a chlog.

We have time.

Tá am againn.