Rules for regular adjectives:
Masculine noun: no changes
- Adjective ends in consonant other than h, l, n, r: séimhiú
- Adjective ends in h, l, n, r, or a vowel: no change
- Broad adjective: add -a
- Slender adjective: add -e
- Ends in -úil: changes to -úla
- Ends in -air: changes to -ra
- Ends in vowel: usually no change (except breá to breátha, te to teo)
- Plural noun is slenderized: séimhiú added to plural adjective
This is a test. The vocabulary list should be floating to the right.
This is a test of the module-based vocabulary system
Lesson Plan Unit OneEdit
Proposed lessons for Unit One:
- Concept: The Three Dialects of Irish
- Grammar 1: The Alphabet and the Síneadh Fada
- Grammar 2: Building a Basic VSO Sentence
- Vocabuary: Very basic
- Pronunciation: l, n, nn, é, éigh, ia, mh
- Culture: Online Irish resources? or Gaeltacht?
- Exercises: Explore pronunciation
Lesson Two (Incorporates current lesson 1)Edit
- Concept: The Copula
- Grammar 1: Question Words
- Grammar 2: Pronouns? Broad and slender?
- Vocabulary: Greetings and introductions
- Pronunciation: c, ?
- Culture: ?
- Concept: ?
Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce themselves and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where they live, people they know and things they have.
The Irish CompassEdit
In Irish, the directions left and right are the same as the compass directions for north and south.