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|The following exercises are being developed to help us learn Irish
Gaelic, or Gaeilge. We are attempting to make these as Pagan centered as
possible, however some of them are based solely on the material in the
self study course noted. If you do not have any of these courses they are
available from Amazon.com or they can be ordered from your local bookstore.
exercises use the "internet orthography". This means that a/ stands for
á and o/ for ó and so on. Example: Tá mé anseo.
is written Ta/ me/ anseo.
Briathra na Gaeilge
Learn to use the present tense conjugation of regular verbs. This assumes that you do have some knowledge of Gaeilge. I suggest it can be used by those who have completed chapter 7 of Teach yourself Irish and chapter 10 of Learning Irish.
Altú Págánach (A Pagan Grace)
A Pagan prayer written in Gaeilge by Dennis King of Focal an Lae.
Clochán na bhFómórach
(The Fomirian's Steeping Stone)
Review Test for Lesson Two
Teach Yourself Irish
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