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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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Traein na nDineasár: Gluaisín do Théamamhrán an Chláir Teilifíse (Cuid 1/3) Posted by on Jul 7, 2013

(le Róislín) Before we completely leave the topic of “na dineasáir” and “na teireasáir,” as discussed in several recent blogs (naisc thíos), I thought it might be useful to provide a little glossary to the Irish version of the “Dinosaur Train” theme-song.  It’s a charming little song and has been translated beautifully into Irish.  You…

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Vocabulary Round-up for the “Tearanódón” Blog (An Éan É? …) Posted by on Jun 30, 2013

(le Róislín) This blog will take a closer look at some of the vocabulary used in the most recent pteranodon-themed blog, “An Éan É?  An Reiptíl É?  An Dineasár É?  Bhuel, Ní Hea, ‘Sea, agus Ní Hea,” with some pronunciation tips and guidelines for using the words in other forms and phrases (nasc don bhlag…

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