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We looked at the script for audio exercise 3C "Liosta siopadóireachta" and gave it another listen for the dialect exposure.
Then we listened to exercise 5a "Siobhán agus Róisín."
We reviewed the script for the audio exercise we listened to last time -- "Liosta Mháire, Liosta Thomáis" -- and then listened again.
We went on to listen to the next audio exercise, which oddly had no worksheet or handout component. I've sent the text for you to take a look at.Then we talked about "taitin," a great little verb to have in your toolbox. We get really accustomed to using "is maith le" and it works for a lot, but it's good to have options. For instance, I think you're familiar with this conversion:
But what if you're using use other tenses? Yeah, there's "ba" et al, but "taitin" has a natural advantage because it's a normal verb.
So, for instance,
Don?t forget that you can put this very normal verb into subordinate clauses:
You can also negate in the regular way, if you don't like something: