księżycowy wrote:Thanks to dEhiN's post here, I'm reminded of how I used to run this TAC stuff. I should really get back to doing it that way. So that's exactly what I'm going to do!
I'm glad my post was helpful! I actually have tried to use your methodology in past TACs, and find, for myself, it's a good approach to help me consistently work through a resource like a book.
***I'm mainly focusing on Munster Irish and the older literary Irish (which means Dillon & Ó Cróinín) but I figure it can't heart to add some Standard/CO in there every now and again. I also have Ó Sé's Munster grammar, but as that's written in Irish, I can't quite access it yet.
I'm skipping Unit 1 in Basic Irish, as the pronunciation given is based on Connacht Irish, and not Munster. I mean, I want to get into some Connacht Irish, just not yet. One dialect at a time.
What's Standard/CO? I was thinking Cork Irish, but then couldn't figure out what the O stood for. Also, are the dialects that different in pronunciation?