Cuales son las comidas tipicas de irlanda?
What should I visit in Ireland ?
que tipo de comida comen en Irlanda
What are some common Irish greetings/goodbyes?
How does the name Eabha sound ?
When to use an úrú?
I had thought that the word takes an úrú after 'ar an', 'leis an', 'ag an' and so on, as well as after 'bhur', 'ár' and 'a' but I was reading something and it said 'ar an teilifís' - why is it not 'ar an dteilifís'? 😊
I've been using Rosetta Stone's Irish program and am 40% through the entire 3-volume set, but I've always had trouble pronouncing "duit." I'm just not figuring out how to make the initial sound, which almost sounds like a covered rolled-r sound to me. As a result, I'm pronouncing it like "writ" with a slight rolled-r at the beginning, which I don't think is right.
I decided to download an app that I hoped would give me another example about how to pronounce it, but the app is saying to pronounce it "gw-ITCH." This doesn't sound anything like the Rosetta Stone program, so is it pronounced like that in any of the main dialects (C, M, or U)?
Likewise, the app says to pronounce "fáilte" as "FAWL-cha," which is also nothing like Rosetta Stone.
Which pronunciation is correct?
Could you explain the difference between buachaill and gasúr?
Does "babhla puins" mean a "bowl of punch" only or can it mean a "punch bowl" (that is, a bowl designed to hold punch) as well?
1. "He saw a bowl of punch on the table and decided to help himself to a glass of it "
2. "You'll find a punch bowl in the cabinet above the stove."