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Speaking of ‘ispíní” and other breakfast foods in Irish Posted by on Aug 25, 2014

(le Róislín) I’ll take “an tsiosarnach” and “an t-ispín,” please.  Trying to “have” my “císte” and eat it too, I guess.  So, yes, although most of the time I try to have breakfast foods like iógart, múslaí, torthaí, and leite (le coirce “cruach-ghearrtha is fearr!), I have to admit I’m reasonably fond of the bricfeasta…

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Cúpla Teanga Eile (Cathú Dochloíte): Gearmáinis, Gaillis, Ollainis, Seicis, srl. Posted by on Aug 22, 2009

Ah, well, this is still only barr an chnoic oighir.  But, cén dochar?    I’ve picked some representative figures here to illustrate someone saying they speak a given language.    Is mise Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.  Labhraím Gearmáinis.   Is muide Asterix agus Obelix.  Labhraímid Gaillis agus Laidin.   Is mise Vincent Van Gogh.  Labhraím…

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