Podcast 150: Carúl na Nollag – A Christmas Carol

 

In the 150th episode of the Bitesize Irish Podcast, Niall and Emma are visited by three ghosts – Taibhse na Nollag san Am atá Thart, Taibhse na Nollag san Am i Láthair agus Taibhse na Nollag san Am atá le Teacht –  and they discuss Christmas past, present and future.

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5 thoughts on “Podcast 150: Carúl na Nollag – A Christmas Carol”

  1. Emma and Niall,
    This is wonderful! I followed the past and present fairly well, but the future tense, not so much! So, I know what I need to get into. Great explanation of the grammar. Go raibh maith agaibh and Nollaig Shona.

  2. What an interesting presentation! You two are explaining the grammar and speech so well, and I am enjoying it. I agree with Janet that it would be great (not only good) if a written transcript of this in Irish and/or English were available. Excellent work!

  3. Happy Christmas, Emma and Niall.
    Glad you banished that pesky Scrooge from your Christmas Carol!
    Kind regards,
    Michael Lynch.

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5 thoughts on “Podcast 150: Carúl na Nollag – A Christmas Carol”

  1. Emma and Niall,
    This is wonderful! I followed the past and present fairly well, but the future tense, not so much! So, I know what I need to get into. Great explanation of the grammar. Go raibh maith agaibh and Nollaig Shona.

  2. What an interesting presentation! You two are explaining the grammar and speech so well, and I am enjoying it. I agree with Janet that it would be great (not only good) if a written transcript of this in Irish and/or English were available. Excellent work!

  3. Happy Christmas, Emma and Niall.
    Glad you banished that pesky Scrooge from your Christmas Carol!
    Kind regards,
    Michael Lynch.