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PostPosted: Thu 22 Dec 2011 4:23 pm 
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Pfff, there are mistakes in Irish:

Is maith liom canadh Seáin (Irish AVN)
Cop good with.1s. singing John-gen
“I like John’s singing”

c) Tá a mbualadh go huafásach (Irish AVN)
Is his beating adv horrible
“His beating was horrible”
(reading 1: his = theme, reading 2: his = agent)

Tá Seán ag dúl abhaile
Is Sean prog go-vn home
“Sean is going home”

Bhí Seán tar-eis dúl abhaile
Was Sean rec.perf go-vn home
“Sean has just gone home”

Bhà Iain air falbh6 (Scots Gaelic PVN)
Was Iain perf leave
“Iain had left”

Tá mé ag iarraidh seasamh/*seasimh (Irish PVN+PVN)
is I prog try.vn stand.vn.acc/*vn.gen
“I’m trying to stand”
b) Tá mé ag brath dul/*duil abhaile (Irish PVN+PVN)
Is I prog intend go.vn.acc/*go.vn.gen home
“I am intend to go home” (Data from Christian Bros 1980)

Tá Seán ag pógadh an Garda (Colloquial7 Irish PVN)
Is Sean prog kiss the policeman
“Sean is kissing the policeman”

… mo phógadh/do phógadh/a pógadh/ar bpógadh
my kiss/your kiss/her kiss/our kiss

/bhúr bpógadh/a bpógadh
/your-pl kiss/their kiss
“ I want Sean to kiss me/you/her/our/you-pl/them”



(agus tá mé cinnte go bhfuil posta maith ag an duine sin agus níl jab ar bith agam féin... :cry: )

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PostPosted: Thu 22 Dec 2011 11:36 pm 
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@Lughaidh - It might be more helpful to everyone if you were to fix the errors above in red rather than just pointing out that they are wrong.

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PostPosted: Fri 23 Dec 2011 12:09 am 
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Is maith liom canadh Sheáin (Irish AVN)
Cop good with.1s. singing John-gen
“I like John’s singing”

c) Tá a bhualadh go huafásach (Irish AVN)
Is his beating adv horrible
“His beating was horrible”
(reading 1: his = theme, reading 2: his = agent)

Tá Seán ag dul abhaile
Is Sean prog go-vn home
“Sean is going home”

Bhí Seán tar éis dul abhaile
Was Sean rec.perf go-vn home
“Sean has just gone home”

Bha Iain air falbh (Scots Gaelic PVN)
Was Iain perf leave
“Iain had left”

Tá mé ag iarraidh seasamh/*seasaimh (Irish PVN+PVN)
is I prog try.vn stand.vn.acc/*vn.gen
“I’m trying to stand”

b) Tá mé ag brath dul/*dula abhaile (Irish PVN+PVN)
Is I prog intend go.vn.acc/*go.vn.gen home
“I am intend to go home” (Data from Christian Bros 1980)

Tá Seán ag pógadh an Gharda (Colloquial7 Irish PVN)
Is Sean prog kiss the policeman
“Sean is kissing the policeman”

… mo phógadh/do phógadh/a pógadh/ár bpógadh
my kiss/your kiss/her kiss/our kiss

/bhur bpógadh/a bpógadh
/your-pl kiss/their kiss
“ I want Sean to kiss me/you/her/our/you-pl/them”

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PostPosted: Fri 23 Dec 2011 1:31 am 
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:GRMA:

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PostPosted: Fri 23 Dec 2011 5:45 am 
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Lughaidh,
thanks very much. I really appreciate it. Agus, tá an t-ádh agam, cinnte, ag múineadh Béarla sa Chóiréis agus an t-am agam chun mo chuid obraithe a dhéanamh

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PostPosted: Fri 23 Dec 2011 10:45 pm 
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kokoshneta wrote:

whereas dóigh is followed by the independent form)


Ní sin an dóigh ar fhoghlaim mise é ;)


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PostPosted: Mon 02 Jan 2012 1:44 am 
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I'll fix the list up later and re-post. I haven't forgot about the thread but I was busy with marking tests, and if you've ever done them, you know how time consuming they are

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