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Monday Night Irish Class, June 13, 2016
Irish
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Rang Gaeilge, 13ú lá Mí na Mheiteam 2016

Seanfhocal

Chíonn beirt rud nach bhfeiceann duine amháin.Two people see what one person does not.

From Will:

That Chíonn is an alternate form of Feiceann, found widely in the North, but also used by some Munster speakers. It's a bit odd to see nach bhfeiceann in the same utterance. In class, I observed that I haven't run into forms like Nach gcíonn at all, but Dineen's dictionary says that that can happen.

Nonetheless, other sources indicate that modern usage is to use feic- forms with particles. That is, Chíonn sé, but Ní fheiceann sé.
foigid = foighepatience
cinniúntdestiny, fate
Buann an fhoigid ar an gcinniúntPatience wins over destiny

Past Relative Clauses

Direct
  1. An fear a thug an t-airgead.

  2. An bhean a chuala tú

  3. An fear a labhairt na focail

  4. An bhean atá ard

  5. An fear a bhris an fhuinneog

Indirect
  1. An fear a dtug siad airgead dó

  2. An bhean a raibh imni uirthi

  3. A fear ar labhairt mé leis

  4. An scannán ar bhreathnaigh an bhean air.



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