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Q: Céard a dúirt an t-asal lena chara nuair a chuala sé gur chaill sé a phost?
A: Mí-ádh (eee-aw)
We worked through the first couple of parts of a worksheet “On Monday, Every Monday,” which is more practice on using terms for the days of the week, and the rest is your homework.
We rounded out the evening with a return to Bileog 6.4 (D): “Micheál ag caint.” We reviewed what each T/F statement said so we knew what we were listening for, and then worked through the audio.
1. I get up at six o’clock every day.
2. My friend doesn’t get up until seven-thirty.
3. I usually start working at nine.
4. My friend eats (his/her) breakfast at ten.
5. On Friday I ate lunch in my car. I was in a hurry.
6. I go to bed at 10:45.
Then we used the "telling-time" tiles for random timepoints in talking about made-up schedules.
When people returned from mythology class, we had them whip through the translations above, and did a few more on-the-fly schedules.
In that same vein, we took a look at Bileog 6.4(C) “Ceisteanna” and made sure we knew what each question meant. What would your answers be?
We finished working through the audio for “Cloig Éagsúla” – maith sibh!
For the reasons discussed in class, you have two weeks to prep yourself on more of the TEG stuff, Bileog 6.4(C) “Ceisteanna” and Bileog 6.4(D): “Micheál ag caint”
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