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CLT1110 - September 17th and 24th.docx

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University of Ottawa
Celtic Studies
Rosemary O' Brien

CLT1110 B - September 17 and 24th Countries:  An tSín — (an tin) → China  An Fhrainc — (an rannck) → France  An Africa Theas — (an africa hass) → South Africa  An Spáinn — (an spawn) → Spain  Éiere — (Aira) → Ireland  An Iodáil — (and idoal) → Italy  Sasana — (sassna) → England  An Pholainn — (An folan) → Poland  Meiriceá — (Marica) → America Náisiúntachtaí (Nationalities): Question: o Cé as tú? / Cé as duit / Cad as duit? — (kay as too / kay as dite …) → Where are you from? Answer: o Is as — (iss asse) → I am… (+ answer from ↴ )  Polonnach — (polo-knock) → Polish  Éireannach — (erin-knock) → Irish  Franchach — (rank-cock) → French  Spáinneach — (spain-achk) → Spanish  Sasanach — (sass-a-knock) → English (England)  Iodálach — (idol-achk) → Italian  Ceanadach — (canad-achk) → Canadian  Meiriceánach — (meric-knock) → American  Síneach — (sin-achk) → Chinese Answer Add ons:  Mé — (may) → Me [is used when responding to “Cé as tú?” ex: Is as \ Éireannach mé.  é — (eh) → Him [is used when responding to “Cé as (male name)?” ex: Is as Polonnach é.  í — (ee) → Her [ is used when responding to “Cé as (female name)?” ex: Is as Francach í. Where do you live ? Question : o Cá bhfuil tú i do chónaí ? — (cka will too ee do hon-ee) → Where do you live? Answer: o Tá mé i mo chónaí in Ottawa~* — (tah may ee mo hon-ee in Ottawa) → I live in Ottawa. [~Here “in Ottawa” was said because the place starts with a vowel. When the place starts with a consonant we say “i” ex: Tá mé i mo chónaí i Londain]. [*When speaking about where someone lives we say: “Tá sé ina chónaí i …” when speaking about males. For females we say “Tá sí ina cónaí i …”. (sé is changed to sí, and chónaí is changed to cónaí)]. Urú: o When speaking about “in” something, or “from the” (Ex: living in something, or place) we add “urú”’s where applicable.  When the place starts with P, C, T, H, B, D, or G, it takes an urú. To help remember which urú goes with which letter, here is an acronym: Baby Paxter « b » goes in from of « P », Got Caught « g » goes in from of « C », Doing Time « d » goes in front of «C », But His Father « d » goes in front of « T », Made Bail « bh »
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