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how to find the mistakes of this irish phrases ?
by Stargirl Junior Cert Irish — 22/11/16 9

Please reply asap, as i dont understand anything from here thanks? Fuair mé ríomhaire le dhéanaí. Is maith liom dul ar an suíomh idirlíon agus labhairt le mo chairde. Tá sé cur ama bheith ar an idirlíon an lá ar fhad. Bíonn daoine gafa don ríomhaire agus ní déanann said aon chleachtadh corp. fanann siad i teaghmháil le daoine ar an idirlíon ach níor labhraíonn siad le haon duine ina gclann féin.


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SryanBruen — 19/11/16
Fuair mé ríomhaire le dénaí. Is maith liom dul ar an idirlíon agus labhairt le mo chairde. "Tá sé cur ama bheith ar an idirlíon an lá ar fhad" (what are you trying to say in this sentence?). Bíonn daoine gafa don ríomhaire agus ní dhéanann siad aon chleachtadh corp. Fanann siad i teaghmháil le daoine ar an idirlíon ach ní labhraíonn siad le haon duine i gclann féin.
joecole — 19/11/16
Just another small mistake, in the last sentence: it should be " i dteaghmháil". ( There is an úru after "i")
SryanBruen — 19/11/16
^ oh yeah, dammit.
FavourA1 — 19/11/16
Is this a typical question in the Irish exam papers or... because I looked through the exam papers and this question never came up. It always asks to change the verb into past/present/future tense?
NiallmacRuairc — 19/11/16
Fuair mé ríomhaire le déanaí. Is maith liom a bheith ag scimeáil ar an Idirlion (surfing on the internet) agus ag labhairt le mo chairde. Is cur amú ama (waste of time) a bheith ar an Idirlíon ar feadh an lá ar fad. Bíonn daoine gafa leis an ríomhaire agus éiríonn siad mí-aclaí agus leisciúil mar gheall air sin (they become unfit and lazy because of this). Fanann siad i dteagmháil le daoine ar an Idirlíon ach ní labhraíonn siad le haon duine ina gclann féin. Maith an iarracht! Nice effort, just watch out for your grammar. 'Le' doesn't take a h, except when it's in front of a vowel. Don't forget that 'i' takes an urú, i.e. 'i dteagmháil'. If you want to say something is a waste of time/money/etc, say "is cur amú (ama/airgid/ etc) é/í".
SryanBruen — 19/11/16
OHHHHHH FavourA1, apart from grammar mistakes, I could not see why the poster posted this.
SryanBruen — 19/11/16
Oh thanks Niall for showing me what stargirl was trying to say in the sentence with cur ama.
SryanBruen — 19/11/16
I was very confused
Keelan2 — 22/11/16
Rud amháin eile-tógann ar feadh an Tuiseal Ginideach= Ar feadh an lae
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