Lioaryn ynsee/leabhraichean ionnsachaidh

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Lioaryn ynsee/leabhraichean ionnsachaidh

Postby Lewis91 » 2011-12-09, 13:36

Feasgar math dhiubh uile/Fastyr mie diu ooilley,

tha mi airson faighinn a-mach a bheil deagh leabhraichean rim faotainn do dhaoine a tha 'g ionnsachadh na Gàidhlig Mhannaineach? Tha fhios a'm gu bheil làrach-lìn ann do luchd-ionnsachaidh, ach b' fheàrr leam gun a bhith a' coimhead air sgrìon a' choimpiutair fad na h-ùine!

Ta mee g' earree geddyn a-magh vel lioaryn mie ry-gheddyn dy deiney ta gynsaghey ny Gaelg Vanninagh? Ta fys aym dy vel website ayn, agh by hare lhiam gyn ve jeeaghey er screen y chomputer all the time!

Gura mie eu/Ceud taing,

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Re: Lioaryn ynsee/leabhraichean ionnsachaidh

Postby Shimmin Beg » 2011-12-14, 7:52

Moghrey mie y Lewis,

ta "Y Coorse Mooar" ny "Abbyr Shen" mie, er lhiam, as ad ry-gheddyn er yn ynnyd-eggey Learnmanx.com. Cha s'aym er y bun-choorse. Ta mee er glashtyn dy vel fockleyr fockley-magh Kneen ymmydoil chammah (cha nel lettraghey as fockleyr magh ny Gaelgey feer vaghtal ny keayrtyn) agh cha nel eh ayms. Ta fockleyr co-earrooder ry-gheddyn ec http://homepages.manx.net/gaelg/ as ta'n claare hene ry-gheddyn ec http://tshwanedje.com/reader/ - ta termeeaght noa ayn dagh mee. Er lhiam dy vel ram termeeaght ayn nagh bee ry-akin ayns fockleyryn clouit, as ad er nyn glou lieh-cheead er dy henney.

Shareaghey:
Ta mee er son feddyn magh, vel lioaryn mie ry-gheddyn ec deiney ta gynsaghey Gaelg? Ta fys aym dy vel ynnyd-eggey ayn da'n lught-ynsee, agh bare lhiam gyn jeeaghyn er scaailan y cho-earrooder car y traa.

Ta "Gaelg" (ny "y Ghaelg") çheet urree gyn marennym. Ta'n tree çhengaghyn Gaelgagh Gaelg, Gaelg Albinagh as Yernish. Ny yei shen, my share lhiat screeu Gaelg Vanninagh, cha nee marranys t'ayn.

Yiarrin "vel lioaryn mie ry-gheddyn ec deiney...", ny "vel lioaryn mie ayn er son deiney...", ny "vel fys ayd er lioar mie er son deiney...". Cha niarrin "da" agh bentyn rish cur as goaill, er lhiam: "ta lioar aym da" as myr shen. Agh foddee dy nee idiolect eh shen. Ta ymmyd "er son" as "da" cramp dy liooar.

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Re: Lioaryn ynsee/leabhraichean ionnsachaidh

Postby Lewis91 » 2011-12-16, 1:53

Gura mie eu er son yn fhysserree!
Ceud taing airson an fhiosrachaidh!

Bheir mi sùil nas fhaisge air na ceangalaichean a tha seo a-màireach, nuair nach eil mi cho sgìth!
Feumaidh mi ràdh gun do thuig mi cha mhòr a h-uile cail a sgrìobh thu, ach bha rud no dhà air nach robh mi buileach cinnteach, mar eisimpleir dè a' Bheurla ( no a' Ghàidhlig fiùs, ma tha sibh eòlach oirre) a th'air 'er lhiam'? An e siud an dòigh a chanas sibh 'saolidh mi'?

Nee'm jeeaghey nys aggys er ny kianglaghyn shoh maragh, traa nagh vel mee cho skee!
Shegin dou gra dy row mee toiggail y vooarchooid jeh ny ren shiu screeu, agh va red ny jees ayn er nagh row mee eyddyr shickyr, cre 'n y Vaarle ( ny y Ghaelg Albinagh fiùs) t'er 'er lhiam'? Nee shen myr vees shiu gra 'I believe/I think'?

Tha leth-bhreac PDF den leabhar 'A practical grammar of the Antient Gaelec' agam nis, ach feumaidh mi aideachadh gu bheil teagamhan agam air dè cho up to date 's a tha e ged-tà!

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Re: Lioaryn ynsee/leabhraichean ionnsachaidh

Postby Shimmin Beg » 2011-12-18, 21:29

N'abbyr un 'ockle!

Foddee oo gra "hoig mee" er son "thuig mi" as "screeu oo" er son "sgrìobh thu" :) As cha nel feme ort gra "shiu" rhym... "eer rish yn aspick" (rere y shenn raa) ta shin gra "oo"!

S'treih lhiam gra nagh vel Gàidhlig ny Gaeilge screeuit ayms, ga dy noddym toiggal beggan jeu. Myr shen: ta kiart ayd, ta "er lhiam" çheet er "in my opinion / I believe / I'd say / I think". T'eh reih cummey crogheydagh breearyn, myr shen "er lhiam dy..." ny "er lhiam nagh". Jean briaght orrym my ta feysht erbee elley ayd. Cha nel mee ayns shen feer vennick, myr shen, gow my leshtal my vees oo farkiagh rish tammylt.


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