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Starting to Learn - Lesson 7

Starting to Learn - Lesson 7   OVERVIEWOF THE LANGUAGE (BASIC GRAMMAR)   Please go to http://philo-celtic.com/starting-to-learn.html  and drop down to the
Jerry Kelly
Nov 11
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Starting To Learn – Lesson 6

Re:  Starting To Learn – Lesson 6   A chairde / O friends,   PHONETICS   Now that you’ve read the Introduction to Irish phonetics; memorized the
Jerry Kelly
Nov 11
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Starting To Learn - Lesson 5

Re:á Starting To Learn û Lesson 5 á A chairde / O friends, á PHONETICS á Now that youÆve read the Introduction to Irish phonetics; memorized the vowels
Jerry Kelly
Nov 5
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Starting To Learn – Lesson 4

Re:  Starting To Learn – Lesson 4   A chairde / O friends,   PHONETICS   Now that you’ve read the Introduction to Irish phonetics, memorizedthe vowels
Jerry Kelly
Oct 28
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Starting To Learn – Lesson 3

Re:  Starting To Learn – Lesson 3   A chairde / O friends,   PHONETICS   Now that you’ve read the Introduction to Irish phonetics andmemorized the
Jerry Kelly
Oct 21
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Starting To Learn – Lesson 2

Re:  Starting ToLearn – Lesson 2   A chairde / O friends,   PHONETICS   Please go to
Jerry Kelly
Oct 15
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Lesson 1 (continued) - phonetics and overview of the language

Re:  Lesson 1(continued) - phonetics and overview of the language   A chairde,   PHONETICS   Please go to
Jerry Kelly
Oct 15
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Starting to Learn - overview of the course

Starting To Learn class Fall Term October 1, 2017 to January31, 2018  A chairde / O friends,  Here's an overview of our course. This is our class for
Jerry Kelly
Oct 15
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Let's begin - Introduction to Irish Phonetics - Week 1

A chairde / O friends, Our phonetics are very different from English phonetics and the phonetics of other languages.  We use most of the same letters, but we
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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Go raibh maith agat, a Chaitrín!  /  Thank you, Caitrín! Le gach dea-ghuí / Best,Gearóid / Jerry From: "CBurke8013@...
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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Re: Saying hello

Go raibh maith agat, a Sheosaimhín!  /  Thank you, Jo! Le gach dea-ghuí / Best,Gearóid From: "aarmae aarmae@...
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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Maith an fear thú, a Sheáin  /  Good man, Seán. Le gach dea-ghuí / Best,Gearóid From: "John Buscher johnrbuscher@...
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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Re: Hello!!

Dia's Muire dhuit, a Julie.  Great to have you back.  Síle is sometimes used for Julie, but it's up to you whether you want to use it or not. Le gach
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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Re: join this gr

Go hiontach, a Christíona!!!!  Tá an-fháilte romhat anseo!!!!Wonderful, Cristíona!!!  You are very welcome here!!! Le gach dea-ghuí /
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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Re: - Harold and a note about your Gaelic surnames

Hi Hal, Arailt is a form of Harold which is used in Irish.  You're right - Buckley is an anglicization of Ó Buachalla.  We don't use the apostrophe for our
Jerry Kelly
Oct 8
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