By Nollaig MacCongail
A grammar booklet in English in line with the grammatical ideas awarded in Niall O Dónaill's Irish-English dictionary. the foundations of Irish grammar are offered the following in a transparent, easy-to-understand demeanour
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E. how to read, speak and write the language) tá snámh agam I know how to swim It is often used before a possessive adjective, followed by a verbal noun, to express the direct object pronoun of the verbal noun: ag mo bhualadh beating me ag do mholadh praising you The plural prepositional pronouns (againn, agaibh, acu) are used when counting people to translate ‘o f us, o f you, o f them ’: duine (bean, fear) againn / agaibh / acu one o f us / you / them triúr acu three o f them cá mhéad acu? how many o f them?
Ban) More irregular nouns: meangadh scrúdú síniú talamh tarraingt 51 G E N IT IV E PLURAL OF NOUNS OF ALL DECLENSIONS The noun in the gen. pi sometimes uses its nom . sg. form, and sometimes uses its nom . pi. form. The rules governing which form to use are as follows: When to use nom . sg. form: (i) with nouns whose plural is formed by making the final consonant slender: asal bád fear bacach nom. nom. nom. nom. pi. asail gen. pi. pi. báid gen. pi. pi. fir gen. pi. pi. bacaigh gen. pi. [na n-]asal [na m]bád [na bh]fear [na m jb acach (ii) with nouns whose plural is formed by simply adding -a to the nom .
Boy(s)! children! a fheara! a mháthair! (b) the possessive adjectives mo, do,a (3rd sg. ): mo chapall a theach do dhinnéar my horse his house your dinner (c) uile: an uile dhuine gach uile sheachtain 56 every person every week m en! mother! (d) the simple prepositions de, do, faoi, mar, ó, roim h, tri, um in all circumstances and, on certain occasions, * ar, gan, idir, thar: rud a bhaint de dhuine tabhair do chailín eile é! ag obair faoi thalamh fuair mé m ar bhronntanas é ó theach go teach roim h mhaidin tri bhallai an ti um thráthnóna ar bharr an ti gan phingin ag taisteal idir thiortha th ar bhalla na scoile * 3 to take something from a person give it to another girl!