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Gaeilge

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An bhfaca tú - Did you see/ Chonaic mé - I saw / Ní fhaca mé - I didn't see / Feic - to see ( irregular verb ) Irish Gaelic Language, Gaelic Words, Primary Education, Primary School, Moving To Ireland, The Twits, 5th Class, Irish People, Language Lessons

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We have been reading The Twits by Roald Dahl and we are going to be writing our own stories about horrible characters like Mr. and Mrs. Twit.

An bhfaca tú - Did you see/ Chonaic mé - I saw / Ní fhaca mé - I didn't see / Feic - to see ( irregular verb ) Irish Gaelic Language, Gaelic Words, Primary Education, Primary School, Moving To Ireland, The Twits, 5th Class, Irish People, Language Lessons

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We have been reading The Twits by Roald Dahl and we are going to be writing our own stories about horrible characters like Mr. and Mrs. Twit.

Ceist san aimsir chaite ('déan'): An ndearna? Irish Gaelic Language, 6 Class, Classroom Displays, Primary School, Teaching Resources, Teacher, Education, Learning, Grammar

Ceisteanna

Póstaeir le ceisteanna agus freagraí coitianta (comhad .pdf 207KB) Foinse: Irene Farrell Íoslódáil an Comhad

Every noun in Gaeilge is Masculine or Feminine the man / the woman the donkey / the weather the priest / the street Irish Language, Palm Reading, Classroom Decor, Ireland, Donkey, Priest, Education, School, Feminine

Every noun in Gaeilge is Masculine or Feminine the man / the woman the donkey / the weather the priest / the street

Feicim = I see / rud éigin = something / ag tosú le - starting with / ag = ing / le = with Birthday Cards For Friends, Funny Birthday Cards, 6 Class, Irish Language, Primary Teaching, New Baby Cards, Anchor Charts, New Baby Products, Spy

Feicim = I see / rud éigin = something / ag tosú le - starting with / ag = ing / le = with