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Traein na nDineasár: Gluaisín do Théamamhrán an Chláir Teilifíse (Cuid 3/3) Posted by on Jul 15, 2013

(le Róislín) One more “Dinosaur Train” vocabulary blog and I’m sure we’ll reach deireadh an amhráin.   By way of review (súil siar), I’ve included all the key words previously discussed in this mionsraith at the bottom of this blog.  And once again, if anyone hasn’t yet checked out the leagan Gaeilge of the téamamhrán for…

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Being a Gael-Mheiriceánach, Gael-Cheanadach, or Gael-Astrálach, or Any Other Nationality “as Gaeilge” Posted by on May 31, 2009

We recently discussed the various ways to use the word “Gael-Mheiriceánach” to say something is “Irish-American” or “I am an Irish-American.” Let’s go global and discuss some more possibilities.   If you’re one of about 4.5 million Canadians with Irish ancestry, you could say, “Is Gael-Cheanadach mé.”  If you’re one of almost 2 million Irish-Australians…

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