A practical grammar of the Irish language by Owen Connellan

By Owen Connellan

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Masculine. Plural. Singular. N. AD bv]t)e e I*OT)A (onddhinthe lucky suu-a,) man G. AD people bvfi}e lucky D. man bo' D bv|De DA D-bAo^e ^ODA of the lucky people the bo DA bAO^Djb roDA to the foDA of the foDA to lucky man th e A. AD bvjDe ]*ODA lucky man V. A 8v^0fc fOOA O lltcky man A. le^f DAbAoiDSfot)A(na ddheene sun-a,) the lucky AD D-bvjDe foDA lucky people ^ A bAojDe foi)A the lucky people A 6AOJDG people |*O1)A O DA bAO^Djb fODA the lucky people. le^f Feminine. Singular. N. At) c-jll ^AbA (an khill addh-a) the long church Plural.

Each of the tenses has a relative form, which is often the same as the third person singular, and is always governed by a relative pronoun expressed or understood. e. p. 9, 10, and 11. The synthetic form of the Verb is given throughout, as the analytic form is found in the third person singular of every tense. For the terminational forms, see p. 66. Conjugation of the Auxiliary Verb, bj, be. IMPERATIVE MOOD. Plural Singular. , , 2 bf, (bee) be thou. 3 b]6eA& re, (bee-oo shay) let him be. (be-muiddh) or let us be.

Be-muiddh) or let us be. , or bf5i&, (be"-igee) be ye. , them (be-ddheesh) be. let 57 The negative is formed by prefixing c. person, as yk bf, be not, t)A, not, to each INFINITIVE MOOD. Affirmative. oo bejc (ddho veh,) or A 5At> Negative. bejc, (gone a veh) A not to bejc, to be. be. PARTICIPLES. Present. Preter. ^T1 * A 1T*> or *3 be 1^ ( a g ven >) or A befc, ie^. A|t rt)-beic 66 AI) Y\T), Future. A| ft c| be|c, IAJI tthee veh) about to be, tfe meh) Aaying been. bejc, (lay veh) to be, cvm A ar Jiebeing there.

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