there is typos in the starting place in Irish

LESSON 1 mé, an, is, agus, bhean, fhear, cailín, mbuachaill

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August 29, 2014


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.

September 8, 2014


September 8, 2014
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