Ag Foghlaim Gaeilge.

Fáilte agus dia daoibh! Is mise John, agus is mo bhlag Gaeilge seo. Táim ag iarraidh Gaeilge a fhoghlaim, agus tá a fhios agam go bhfuil a lán daoine ann cé ag foghlaim freisin. Anseo beidh sé ceard táim ag foghlaim (laethanta na seachtaine, uimhreacha, nó agallamh comhrá) agus gramadach.

Beidh rudaí ann leabhair as Gaeilge freisin, agus rudaí beidh mé ag iarraidh aistriú, ar ndóigh beidh pictiúir na hÉireann ann freisin.

So, tá súil agam go mbeidh mo bhlag a bheith úsáideach daoibh :D

April 9, 2013 5:53 am

If you want to be my best friend, there are some things you need to accept and join in on:

myr-hannish:

  • watching foreign/non-English language films.
  • accept that we’re goras livin’ in a desi world, thus the singing of Punjabi (and sometimes Hindi) is frequent.
  • Elena Paparizou is the ultimate Greek icon, with Sakis Rouvas and Kalomoira in joint second place.
  • know a thing or two about religion before engaging in a discussion one may initially have anticipated to be ‘intelligent’.
  • History is the best (any era is acceptable).
  • Books are our deities, resulting in ultimate respect and love for them. 
  • 90210, Gilmore Girls and Doctor Who are infallible.
  • Studying is awesome.
  • Languages are a person’s best friend, no matter whether they’re extinct or not.
  • Alcoholic consumption is optional. 

That’s all I can think of at the moment… 

23rd July, 2012. Interesting…

5:52 am

If you want to be my best friend, there are some things you need to accept and join in on:

myr-hannish:

  • watching foreign/non-English language films.
  • accept that we’re goras livin’ in a desi world, thus the singing of Punjabi (and sometimes Hindi) is frequent.
  • Elena Paparizou is the ultimate Greek icon, with Sakis Rouvas and Kalomoira in joint second place.
  • know a thing or two about religion before engaging in a discussion one may initially have anticipated to be ‘intelligent’.
  • History is the best (any era is acceptable).
  • Books are our deities, resulting in ultimate respect and love for them. 
  • 90210, Gilmore Girls and Doctor Who are infallible.
  • Studying is awesome.
  • Languages are a person’s best friend, no matter whether they’re extinct or not.
  • Alcoholic consumption is optional. 

That’s all I can think of at the moment… 

July 23rd 2012. Interesting…

October 17, 2012 3:31 pm 2:14 pm
buachaill gan leabhar, buachaill gan anam: Putting verbs into sentences, so it helps me remember what they mean:

saasaght:

Dúnaim an doras gach oíche - I close the door every night.
Díolann an fear leabhair sa siopa leabhar - The man sells books in the bookshop.
Ceapann sí go bhfuil sé deas inniu - She thinks that it is nice today.
Fásann an buachaill - The boy grows.
Fágaim mo theach - I leave my house.

12:37 pm

Just reposting the first sura of the Qur’an in Irish, ‘cause yanno, it’s pretty awesome:

saasaght:

In ainm Dé atá lán trua agus trócaire!

Moladh go hard le Dia, Tiarna na nUile Dhomhan,

Dia atá lán trua agus trócaire,

Rialtóir Lá an Luain.

Tusa a adhraímid, Ortsa a iarraimid cabhair,

Cuir i mbealach ár leasa sinn,

A mbealach siúd ar bhronn Tú Do ghrásta orthu,

Seachas a mbealach siúd a bhfuil fearg ort leo agus a chuaigh ar strae.


October 16, 2012 9:09 pm

purrprinthom:

Irish Irregular Verbs

7:20 pm

Some countries, in Irish (Part I):

saasaght:

Iceland - an Íoslainn
Sweden - an tSualainn
Finland - An Fhionlainn
Denmark - An Danmhairg
Norway - An Iorua
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - Ríocht Aontaithe na Breataine Móire agus Thuaisceart Éireann
Northern Ireland - Tuaisceart Éireann
Wales - an Bhreatain Bheag
Scotland - Albain 
England - Sasana
Ireland - Éire

5:27 pm
fado-fado:

(There’s no point in Irish? Like your face I suppose?) 
Memes na Gaeilge. Goa

fado-fado:

(There’s no point in Irish? Like your face I suppose?) 

Memes na Gaeilge. Goa

3:32 pm
fado-fado:

(Are you well? Cause you’re looking well) 
It’s an Irish thing…..

fado-fado:

(Are you well? Cause you’re looking well) 

It’s an Irish thing…..

2:25 pm

Apparently the Irish word for “repulsive” is samhnasach

cuimhnigh-i-gconai:

I am going to be amused by “Sasanach samhnasach” for the rest of the week