Sengoidelc

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Sengoidelc

Sengoidelc

Old Irish for Beginners

  • Author: David Stifter
  • Publisher: Syracuse University Press
  • ISBN: 9780815630722
  • Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Page: 408
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David Stifter’s Sengoídelc (SHAN-goy-thelg) provides a comprehensive introduction to Old Irish grammar and metrics. As an introductory text to the Irish language spoken around the eighth century C.E., this essential volume, covering all aspects of the grammar in a clear and intuitive format, is ideally suited for use as a course book or as a guide for the independent learner. This handbook also will be an essential reference work for students of Indo-European philology and historical linguistics. Stifter leads the novice through the idiosyncrasies of the language, such as initial mutations and the double inflection of verbs. Filled with translation exercises based on selections from Old Irish texts, the book provides a practical introduction to the language and its rich history. Sengoídelc opens the door to the fascinating world of Old Irish literature, famous not only for the Táin Bó Cúailnge (The Cattle Raid of Cúailnge) and its lyrical nature poetry but also as a major source for the political and legal history of Ireland. Stifter’s step-by-step approach and engaging style make his book an ideal tool for both the self taught individual and the classroom environment. It will be of interest to beginning students of Old and Middle Irish, to scholars of Irish history, Celtic culture, and comparative linguistics, and to readers of Irish literature.

Irish for Beginners

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Irish for Beginners

Irish for Beginners

  • Author: Angela Wilkes,Mairi Mackinnon
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780746063507
  • Category: Irish language
  • Page: 48
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These packs are a great resource containing everything children need to start learning Irish or Welsh. Each pack contains: - Cassette featuring Irish/Welsh conversations - Easy-to-use workbook with exercises - Pocket picture wordbook + 120 stickers - 50 illustrated flashcards to test vocabulary The workbook includes Usborne Internet links to recommended websites, featuring interactive word games and pronunciation guides, which can be accessed via the Usborne Quicklinks website at www.usborne-quicklinks.com.

Beginner's Irish

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Beginner's Irish

Beginner's Irish

  • Author: Gabriel Rosenstock
  • Publisher: Hippocrene Books
  • ISBN: 9780781810999
  • Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Page: 145
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This popular introduction to the Irish language is now accompanied by an audio CD. Irish, also known as Irish Gaelic or Gaelige, is spoken today by approximately one million people world-wide. It is also the basis of the Irish literary tradition, which is the oldest in Europe after Greek and Latin. This valuable guide, ideal for both individual and classroom use, teaches the basics of Irish grammar and vocabulary in 10 easy-to-follow lessons. The audio CD feature complements the dialogue and grammar sections of the lesson, aiding the reader in understanding the language as spoken.

The Rough Guide to Ireland

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The Rough Guide to Ireland

The Rough Guide to Ireland

  • Author: Margaret Greenwood,Mark Connolly
  • Publisher: Rough Guides
  • ISBN: 9781843530596
  • Category: Travel
  • Page: 904
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Including detailed guidance to exploring the countryside and historic sites, this fully revised guide offers a complete picture of the beautiful island of Ireland, north and south. of color photos.

Local Enterprise on the North Atlantic Margin

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Local Enterprise on the North Atlantic Margin

Local Enterprise on the North Atlantic Margin

Selected Contributions to the Fourteenth International Seminar on Marginal Regions

  • Author: Reginald Byron,John Hutson
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 042977740X
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 368
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First published in 1999, this volume offers contrasting views from a variety of academic disciplines, including agriculture, anthropology, economics, geography, management studies, planning, and sociology, which focus on the single two-fold problem of how to understand these issues and what, practically, might be done about them.

Irish Orientalism

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Irish Orientalism

Irish Orientalism

A Literary and Intellectual History

  • Author: Joseph Lennon
  • Publisher: Syracuse University Press
  • ISBN: 9780815631644
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Page: 512
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Centuries before W. B. Yeats wove Indian, Japanese, and Irish forms together in his poetry and plays, Irish writers found kinships in Asian and West Asian cultures. This book maps the unacknowledged discourse of Irish Orientalism within Ireland's complex colonial heritage.

Irish

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Irish

Irish

A Complete Course for Beginners

  • Author: Diarmuid Ó Sé,Joseph Sheils
  • Publisher: Hodder Education
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Irish language
  • Page: 316
  • View: 1058
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This bestselling book pack is a complete course in spoken and written Irish for beginners or those who want to brush up their existing skills. It uses everyday situations for dialogues and exercises to take you onto a level where you can communicate with confidence. An accompanying cassette is also available.

Colloquial Irish (eBook And MP3 Pack)

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Colloquial Irish (eBook And MP3 Pack)

Colloquial Irish (eBook And MP3 Pack)

The Complete Course for Beginners

  • Author: Thomas Ihde,Maire Ni Neachtain,Roslyn Blyn-LaDrew,John Gillen
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1317582853
  • Category: Foreign Language Study
  • Page: 260
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Specially written by experienced teachers, this easy to use and completely up to date course offers you a step-by-step approach to spoken and written Irish with no prior knowledge of the language required. What makes Colloquial Irish your best choice in personal language learning?: emphasis on the language of East Connemara, with a clear pronunciation guide and an appendix on dialectal differences within Irish stimulating exercises with lively illustrations effective combination of language points, dialogues and cultural information Irish/English and English/Irish word lists. By the end of this rewarding course you will be able to communicate confidently and effectively in Irish in a broad range of everyday situations. The audio material has been recorded by native speakers and will help you perfect your pronuncation, listening and speaking skills. For the eBook and MP3 pack, please find instructions on how to access the supplementary content for this title in the Prelims section.

Stewart Parker

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Stewart Parker

Stewart Parker

A Life

  • Author: Marilynn Richtarik
  • Publisher: OUP Oxford
  • ISBN: 0191655171
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 448
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Born in Belfast during World War II, raised in a working-class Protestant family, and educated on scholarship at Queen's University, writer Stewart Parker's story is in many ways the story of his generation. Other aspects of his personal history, though, such as the amputation of his left leg at age 19, helped to create an extraordinarily perceptive observer and commentator. Steeped in American popular culture as a child and young adult, he spent five years teaching in the United States before returning to Belfast in August 1969, the same week British troops responded to sectarian disturbances there. Parker had developed a sense of writing as a form of political action in the highly charged atmosphere of the US in the late 1960s, which he applied in many and varied capacities throughout the worst years of the Troubles to express his own socialist and secular vision of Northern Irish potential. As a young aspiring poet and novelist, he supported himself with free-lance work that brought him into contact with institutions ranging from BBC Northern Ireland to the Irish Times (for which he wrote personal columns and the music review feature High Pop) and from the Queen's University Extramural Department to Long Kesh internment camp (where his creative writing students included Gerry Adams). It is as a playwright, however, that Parker earned a permanent spot in the literary canon with drama that encapsulates his experience of Northern Ireland in the 1970s. Marilynn Richtarik's Stewart Parker: A Life illuminates the genesis, development, and meaning of such classic plays as Spokesong, Northern Star, and Pentecost - works that continue to shed light on the North's past, present, and future - in the context of Parker's life and times. Meticulously researched and engagingly written, this critical biography rewards general readers and specialists alike.