Modulo 1: Introduzione alla lingua irlandese - Vestiti | it - 429 - 37047
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    Phil R.
    GB
    Phil R.

    for the N Americans: "jumper" is a sweater or pullover. In Ireland, people often say gansey (geansaí) when speaking English. no hyphen in teolaí. An t-eolaí would mean the expert (scientist, tutor), base word eolaí from eolas, knowledge. But teolaí starts with a t, as in teas, heat an t-éadach = the cloth, the clothing (grammatically a singular word); na héadaigh - the clothes or the cloths, plural

    Theodore M.
    CA
    Theodore M.

    Subject Clothes: "I would like a size 38 swim suit." ... "Calaith snamha uimhir a trioacha se ata uaim." The audio says" 36." "Trioacha 30+ se 6 = 36.. The writing is incorrect.

    Elizabeth E.
    US
    Elizabeth E.

    Yep, I think I will start with the simple colors and clothes.

    Michelle A.
    BR
    Michelle A.

    Very Interesting the course,I would like to do some exercises to practice.

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