my house - your - his - her - our -your ( plural ) their / my father - etc.

my house - your - his - her - our -your ( plural ) their / my father - etc.

Ok, I'm probably not going to use these, but they're pretty funny >>> Txt as Gaeilge: How to send text messages in Irish!

For our Irish speakers and Irish enthusiasts out there, here are some novel translations showing how to send a text message in Irish.

Bunting Mé Féin (Gaeilge) Colour & Black/White

Bunting Mé Féin (Gaeilge) Colour & Black/White

This resource contains 12 bunting (differentiated) based on the theme of M Fin…

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

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chart showing the difference that the fada makes in the Irish language

Learn 49 reasons why the Fada is important in Irish? How omitting a Fada is more than a grammatical mistake — it can completely change a word!

Junior Infants are learning Irish. Last month we learned how to talk about our clothes or our Eadaí. We know sciorta, geansai, stocai, bro...

Junior Infants are learning Irish. Last month we learned how to talk about our clothes or our Eadaí. We know sciorta, geansai, stocai, bro.

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