Hi, I have created a memrise course for Irish adjectives. There are 220 different adjectives to learn so far. I'm not sure how good or bad the course is, but it's there if you want to have a look.
Thanks for this. My Irish isn't good enough to judge the quality of the course, but it's very useful from where I'm sitting.
Thanks for trying it out! I'm pretty sure there aren't any mistakes, but don't be afraid to tell me if you find any.
One issue I see is using things like ocrach and feargach. These would't be the normal ways to say things like "I am hungry" or "I am angry" (i.e. they're not used as predicative adjectives), but would be used more as attributive adjectives.
You would have:
An bhean fheargach - The angry woman
Tá fearg ar an mbean - The woman is angry
That's the thing. For certain emotions, the noun is "on" someone in Irish. It's why people say Tá brón orm, tá áthas orm, tá sceitimíní orm.
And, looking at Potafocal's corpus, there's no usage of feargach with bí to mean "X is angry". Irish isn't like English; you just can't always use the adjective.
I say it's easier to remove them, since it's really even impossible to say bí ocras ar x and hard to explain that you need to conjugate bí. Though maybe just ocras ar would work? I'm a fan of learning through examples, and not in isolation however.
Take my lingot!! Really, i like it so far. Thanks for taking the time to set it up.