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Learn more about the Donegal dialect of Irish with Antain Mac Lochlainn

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Antain Mac Lochlainn explains the difference between strong and weak plurals

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Antain Mac Lochlainn discusses the past habitual
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Antain Mac Lochlainn explains the infinitive
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Antain Mac Lochlainn explains the relative clause
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Antain Mac Lochlainn
explains the correct use of ‘má’ and ‘dá’ in Irish – the two different ways of saying ‘if’ in Irish.
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Ciarán Dawson
explains what the prepositions in and to do to the nouns which follow them in Irish.
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Ciarán Mac Murchaidh
has all the information you need to use adjectives in the Irish language
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Art Hughes
explains the grammatical use of aspirations in the Irish Language in an easy manner. By using some comical and easy to remember ryhmes you'll wonder why you ever had any difficulties.
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Art Hughes has some tips for easy ways to remember some of the personal pronouns: on me, on you, on him, on her and so on.

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Art Hughes explains the various uses of the possessive adjectives -words such as my, your, his, hers ect.
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Dr. Antaine Ó DonnaileAntaine Ó Donnaile explains ‘an chopail’ or the copula.


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Dr. Antaine Ó Donnaile has advice and hints for those of you are struggling with the genitive and suspended genitive. Click HERE for the text and audio.

 

Dr. Antaine O'Donnaile explains why the preposition is so uniquely useful when learning Irish. Learning grammar doesn't always have to be a challenge...


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Diarmuid Ó Muirithe gives an insight into sayings in English which have their roots in both Irish and English
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Charlie Dillion
offers advice on how to determine the gender of some nouns by how they’re spelt or what they mean.
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It may sound impossible but Dr. Art Hughes explains the grammatical use of ASPIRATIONS in the Irish Language in an easy manner! By using some comical and EASY TO REMEMBER ryhmes this you'll wonder why you ever had any difficulties...
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SEAN MAC GIOLLA CHEARA offers advice on the use of possessive pronouns -my, your, his, her, our your and their! Listen in as they are explained inside out!
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