Sraith Pictiúr 2017 - Listen to each picture's Audio Notes

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Every 2017 sraithpictiúr now as an audio file for you to listen to!

We here at Studyclix are always looking for new and better ways to help you study. Our most recent effort is to create a podcast/sound clip of each sraithpictiúr for 2017 being read out by our Studyclix team member, Eimear. 

We hope that these podcasts will help you understand what our notes should sound like when pronounced properly, so no mistakes will be made in the oral!

Each audio file can be found above each individual sraithpictiúr within the topic page here, or else by clicking the links below:


SP1 - Cuairt ar Aintín i Nua-Eabhrac

SP3 - Bua sa Chomortas Díospóireachta

SP4 - Ná hÚsáid an Carta Creidmheasa gan Chead

SP5 - Turas Scoile

SP6 - An Ghaeilge - Seoid Luachmhar agus Cuid dár gCultúr

SP7 - Obair Dhian - Torthaí Maithe san Ardteistiméireacht

SP8 - Baile Slachtmhar

SP9 - Breoite ar Scoil

SP10 - Drochaimsir an Gheimhridh - Athrú Aeráide

SP11 - Timpiste sa Choláiste Samhraidh

SP12 - Sláinte na nÓg - Seachtain na Sláinte

SP13 - Bua ag Cór na Scoile

SP14 - Teip sa Scrúdú Tiomána

SP15 - Turas go dtí Comórtas Leadóige Wimbledon

SP16 - Fadhbanna Sóisialta ag Cur Isteach ar Déagóirí

SP17 - Robáil Bhainc

SP18 - Ag Toghadh Scoláire na Bliana

SP19 - Caillte sna Sléibhte

SP20 - Tionscadal ar Fhéilte na hÉireann

We recommend you listen to these podcasts a few times and especially before the exam, not only to help you with prononciation and vocab, but also so that you can regularly listen to the Irish language to improve your general comprehension and fluency of the language.
Finally, keep in mind that there are a few different dialects of Irish. Eimear's Irish is from Munster, so every word may not be pronounced the same if you're from Connacht, Ulster or Leinster. Don't worry about this, just make sure to double check with your teacher that your prononciation is correct. The main thing is to listen out for the h's and i's in words, as well as the general Irish blas, that will gain you extra marks.

Best of luck in your exam!

From the Studyclix Team

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