I found songs on that free video app we all know(red, and starts witha "Y"), that are in Irish, with the words and translations on screen (like karaoke). It's helped my spelling to see the words as they are sung, pronunciation too! (Just make sure you search for "songs as Gaeilge" and watch that you're not watching Scottish language, it's similar but not the same. Watch for weird accent marks/fada. I learned that Irish accent marks only go one direction... so if you see words with fada in different directions, wait until later in your studies to listen to those. I almost confused myself! Lol)
Thanks. I mostly meant that it would be nice when I'm learning new vocabulary, if the pronunciation were in the lesson. I think maybe two words in the plurals section were pronounced. Hard to remember what I can't hear. And hard to learn if I have to keep opening new windows to search pronunciation on another site.
But are "nuachtáin" and "nuachtán" pronounced differently? I can't tell from that.
I found this site extremely helpful for pronounciation rules: http://angaelmagazine.com/pronunciation/consonants.htm.
I wondered about this as well. Found these pages which have proved useful https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Irish/Nouns#Declensions http://nualeargais.ie/foghlaim/nouns.php?teanga=