there is typos in the starting place in Irish
LESSON 1 mé, an, is, agus, bhean, fhear, cailín, mbuachaill
i don't have a snapshot key so i can't show you sorry
Irish words can be subject to changes called “lenition” (where an H is appended to certain initial consonants) and “eclipsis” (where certain initial consonants can have other consonants prepended). Those words in boldface above show correct examples of lenition and eclipsis.