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Introduction “I’m going out tonight! You’re staying home!” In Lesson: Say It With Emphasis – Part 1, you learned how to use special endings, called “emphatic suffixes,” to emphasize certain words, particularly nouns. In this lesson, you’re going to learn how to
In this lesson, Siobhán will read the song once more, emphasizing your new words and their pronunciation – vital information for all singers! Your new words Trasna na dTonnta, dul siar dul siar Gaeilge English Trasna Over or across Tonnta
In Lesson: Irregular verbs: Bí (Be): Part 1, you can learn the imperative, present tense, and present habitual tense of the irregular verb Bí. In this lesson we’ll focus on the past tense, the future tense, and the verbal noun. Good
This video lesson is related to Irregular verbs: Bí (Be): Past, future, verbal noun which is the next lesson. After this lesson, you will be able to use the verb bí to be in various different tenses. Find out more about this verb in Irregular
At this point in your learning, you’ve done a lot of work with regular verbs: Lesson: Verbs: The present tense Lesson: Verbs: The past tense: affirmative Lesson: Verbs: The past tense: negative Lesson: Verbs: The future tense: first conjugation Lesson: