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Irish adjectives

Unlike English, adjectives in Irish are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Irish agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives that describe a feminine noun have a special form.

Examples for using Irish adjectives

an samhradh fuar
the cold summer
an samhradh tirim
the dry summer
an samhradh gearr
the short summer
an samhradh te
the hot summer
an samhradh fada
the long summer

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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. The course uses standard Irish with voices from Connamara, Kerry and Cork.

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Popular Reasons why people learn Irish

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Basic words and phrases in Irish

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

I come from Germany.

Is as nGearmáin mé.

I am learning French.

Táim ag foghlaim Fráincise.

I am married.

Táim pósta.

I am angry.

Tá mé feargach.

I am hungry.

Tá ocras orm.

I am twenty years old.

Táim fiche bliain d'aois.

I am single.

Táim singil.

I am learning German.

Táim ag foghlaim Gearmáinise.