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Siúl vs Súil cheat sheet

The pronunciation of Irish language words can be tough to get right. By focussing in on a common example, you can learn to distinguish the different sounds.

In the free shareable cheat sheet below by Bitesize Irish, you’ll get to learn about siúl and súil in the Irish language:

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3 thoughts on “Siúl vs Súil cheat sheet”

  1. Tá sé sin greannmhar. D’íoslódáil mé an t-amhrán “These boots are made for walking” inné. Bhí sé cloiste agam ar an ar RTÉ1 agus ba mhaith liom é a chanadh leis an bodhrán. Is féidir liom siúl ar an bodhrán leis an lámh chomh maith. Agus is dóigh liom, ba chóir dom triail a bhaint as seo leis an amhrán seo.

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