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Lisa (essex.neo.rr.com - 204.210.198.14)
Posted on Monday, November 08, 1999 - 10:15 am:   Small TextLarge TextEdit Post Print Post

My Irish class in Akron had another question. We are still working on the Buntus Cainte, book 2. We need a good phonetic pronounciation of the verb "to be" in the conditional form. The tape that accompanies the book states it is "Bug" and "mug". Our Northern expert says it is "vayoo" and "mayoo". We wanted a Western form.
Thank you, Lisa
Lesson 84, bheadh and mbheadh

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