Module 1: Introduction to the Irish Language - Numeri | it - 429 - 37043
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    Phil R.
    GB
    Phil R.

    I dont understand why we are given cúigear (a group of cúig/five) and seisear (a group of six) but not beirt (2 ), triúir (threesome), Ceathrar (four) and people are probably left thinking they should say "an cuigiú an doras" and so on rather than "an cuigiú doras" (the fifth door; you only use the definite article "an" once)

    Amy S.
    GE
    Amy S.

    I wish there were a quiz or something to help with retention. I'm not even sure I'm saying the words properly, either. Feeling very much on my own with this!

    Mayla S.
    US
    Mayla S.

    How do you define the tens hundreds thousand ect?

    Mayla S.
    US
    Mayla S.

    Now that I am able to view the videos entire I am overwhelmed at the speed. The retention?

    Elizabeth E.
    US
    Elizabeth E.

    He's saying these things way too fast for me. I'm probably going to have to do these lessons a dozen times over!

    Stephanie K.
    US
    Stephanie K.

    I think that one million should included.

    Stephanie K.
    US
    Stephanie K.

    When counting is it different when you're listing items versus counting them by hand? Such as one, two, three vs. Number one, number two, etc..?

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