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The Daltaí Boards » Archive: 1999-2004 » 2001 (January-June) » Help with words and pronounciation « Previous Next »

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Guy Bishop (clksvl-c-24-159-53-35.chartertn.net - 24.159.53.35)
Posted on Saturday, March 17, 2001 - 11:55 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Dia dhuite
I have been trying to teach my self irish for some time now but the number of tripthongs and dipthongs throws me. I recently got a new dog and would like to it learn all of the commands in gaelic. At my current pace of learning the dog will be dead before I get that far along. Please help a poor lost Irish lad with these (with spelling and pronounciation please). They should be short phrases or singular words if possible (dogs aren't known for attention spans)
Sit
Stay
Settle/calm down -(this one is important it's a jack russle)
leave it/drop it
lay down
get down(off of)
go outside/outside
potty/go potty
go to the house/house
wait

Go raimh maith agat(can't pronounce that either)
Guy Bishop

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