Repost from pb4p on Twitter:
Like Darragh Adelaide says, far right grifters want to direct your anger away from the super rich and their Government pals and onto minorities. Ná lig dóibh.
📣 Join the cost of living and housing demonstration called by Cost Of Living Coalition Ireland.
📍Oct 7, Parnell Square Dublin, 1pm
Mar sin... tá sé an am mar babhta 2!
Cad is an focal CEART Gaeilge mar 'toot'?
The sentence to translate is "I use Irish every day" so I went with;
Úsáidim an Gaeilge gach lá
But the correct translation is "bainim úsáid as an nGaeilge gach lá"
My verb book says 'bainim' is I cut, or take off" >>> why is bainim used here? <<<
And >>>why am I taking Gaeilge as (out) every day?? <<<
Go raibh maith agat don cabhair
The vast majority of Irish here in work laugh when I say I am learning #Irish. There's a small group of us who have a Ciorcal Comhrá here, and I work with a #Gaeilgeoir but you want to bet if I pronounce something wrong, or get words in the wrong order every fucker in the office remembers how to speak Irish.
Trí coiscéim na marbh
Three steps with the dead may be older than we think and with connections half a world away.
An bhfuil aon #Gaeilgeoir ar Mastodon? Ba mhaith liom mo Ghaeilge a úsáid ach táim an chéad duine i mo theaghlach le foghlaim. Ní labhraím go mhaith ach, is fearr liom Gaeilge briste ná Bearla cliste.