Na Focail (The Words): Milseog (Dessert) Uachtar Reoite (Ice Cream) Fanaile (Vanilla) Seacláid (Chocolate) Uachtar Reoite Fanaile (Vanilla Ice Cream) Uachtar Reoite Seacláide (Chocolate Ice […]
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Sponsored Lesson: Fáilte (Welcome) pronounced “Fawl-tcheh” Fáilte is fiche (21 Welcomes) pronounced “Fawl-tcheh iss fih-heh” Céad Míle Fáilte (100,000 welcomes) pronounced “Kay’d Meel-eh Fawl-tcheh” Tá […]
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If you are complete with Lesson 1, you are ready to fine-tune your ability to tell time. You know your numbers from 1 to 12 […]