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Vocabulary and Pronunciation Round-up for ‘Capsúlbheathaisnéis Martin Luther King, Jr.’ Posted by on Jan 25, 2016

(le Róislín) An Mórshiúl ar Washington, 1963. Cé mhéad duine a bhí ann, i do bharúil? Freagra ag bun an bhlag! (By “US Government Photo” [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons) As promised in the first Martin Luther King, Jr., blog (nasc thios), here is some vocabulary review with pronunciation tips.  This should prove useful both…

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Five Civil Rights Terms in Irish (baghcat, cearta sibhialta, gníomhaí, mórshiúl, neamhfhoréigean) Posted by on Jan 22, 2016

(le Róislín) Following our recent blog on Martin Luther King, Jr., I thought it might be useful to look a little further into some related voca-bulary.  Four of the keywords here were used in that post (nasc thíos); one (neamhfhoréigean), as it happens, was not.   Here are the words, with some pronunciation tips: Baghcat [BY-kot…

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