By Thomas Ihde, Maire Ni Neachtain, Roslyn Blyn-LaDrew, John Gillen
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Cathaoir fuinneog óstán urlár síleáil an an an an an chathaoir fhuinneog t-óstán t-urlár tsíleáil the the the the the chair window hotel ﬂoor ceiling Exercise 2 Match up each piece of furniture or appliance with the room where you would ﬁnd it. , Cá bhfuil an doirteall? Sa gcisteanach. Unit 4: Seeking information about lodgings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Cá Cá Cá Cá Cá Cá Cá bhfuil bhfuil bhfuil bhfuil bhfuil bhfuil bhfuil an an an an an an an báisín? cócaireán? cithfholcadh? leaba? staighre? teallach? ríomhaire?
37 38 Unit 3: Ag caint faoin teaghlach Talking about your family (CD 1; 27) While we have used the expressions m’fhear céile “my husband” and mo bhean chéile “my wife” above, traditionally just m’fhear “my husband” (literally, “my man”) and mo bhean “my wife” (literally, my woman”) were used and continue to be heard in less formal settings. Also note that tuistí “parents,” although it looks like a shortened version of tuismitheoirí, is actually the older of the two words, an Old/Middle Irish term revived in the twentieth century.
Teallach? ríomhaire? a b c d e f g an an an an an an an halla seomra suite seomra codlata seomra folctha leithreas chisteanach seomra staidéir Exercise 3 You are working in a small furniture/appliance store. Your boss is helping you take an inventory. Answer each of the following questions using the correct form of ceann (“head/one of them”). , Cé mhéad cuisneoir atá againn? (cúig): cúig cinn 1 2 3 4 5 6 Cé Cé Cé Cé Cé Cé mhéad mhéad mhéad mhéad mhéad mhéad cathaoir atá againn? (ocht) scáthán atá againn?