On Saturday there was an election for the Irish Dáil. For the first time a left party topped the poll: under the Irish STV system, some form of coalition or confidence and supply arrangement is required. Exciting! Māori Things are progressing with my reo too. I've booked in my last assessment for Papa Reo (week … Continue reading Votáil!
In my #irish104 MOOC we are learning a few more regular verbs. Two things of note: the way verbs shift when giving a directive one, more than one persons (but not including yourself), and more than person including yourself reminds of te reo and how greetings change when it's to one person, two persons, more … Continue reading Dún an doras!!!!
I work hard. As gaelige/in Irish. Ní oibrím go dian in Māori. I do not work hard in Māori. In fact I don't even know how to say work in Māori. Ouch. But this is what we learned how to say in the DCU Irish 103 mooc this week. This week has been intense, work-wise. … Continue reading Oibríom go crua
In this week's Irish 103 lesson: Is duine trasinscneach méI am a transgender person Is duine gan inscne méI am an agender person