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Mo GhrĂĄ-sa - Key phrases

Mo GhrĂĄ-sa

Useful phrases and quotes to use for essay, with English translations.

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Poems for the Irish oral exam read aloud

The presenter, Marcus Lamb, reads each of the poems on the syllabus so that pupils can practice along with him.

GĂ©ibheann le CaitlĂ­n Maude

http://www.youtube.com/embed/m9nXPwz66GM

Mo GhrĂĄ-sa (Idir LĂșibĂ­nĂ­) le Nuala NĂ­ Dhomhnaill

http://www.youtube.com/embed/h55fdru6-uE

Colscaradh le PĂĄdraig Mac Suibhne

http://www.youtube.com/embed/jROS5inp25Q

An tEarrach Thiar le Máirtín Ó Direáin

http://www.youtube.com/embed/zEwnvzIbGeA

An SpailpĂ­n FĂĄnach

http://www.youtube.com/embed/s-ZfBHHEafQ

 

FrĂĄsaĂ­

 

Aural Exam Focused Listening Technique

This technique is thought to focus the listener even before hearing the tape and thus “subdue panic” and “increase exam productivity”. The technique can be summarised as follows:

  1. Read the instructions carefully (even though they always begin in the same manner, there is usually some information about the piece you will hear included also). Take this information into account when considering the likelihood of your answer.
  2. Read the questions, underlining the key words. Mentally recall or actually jot down the French for these words above the English questions.
  3. Now listen out for these or related words on the tape, your... (More)