Lesson 3: Simple Numbers

This is the third in our series of podcasts for you to enjoy and learn some Irish. In this lesson you’ll learn the basic numbers 1-12 and learn some phrases on how to ask for the time and someone’s telephone number. You can email us at info@easyirish.com or even via our Contact Us page if you have any questions. We will be delighted to hear from you.

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5 comments on “Lesson 3: Simple Numbers
  1. pól ó gallchóbhair says:

    dia duit a chairde,Bhí mé ag éisteacht le do aistriúchán ar mo ainm i english agus is mór an cúnamh i go mór, a bhuíochas don agus is breá liom na ceachtanna na héireann.go raibh maith agat agus slán go fóill..pól óg

  2. sherly says:

    hey, is umhir looks a little weird, is ‘mh’ broad or slender? as it has a broad vowel on one side, and a slender vowel on the other. is it supposed to be uimhir ?

    • admin says:

      Go raibh maith agat Sherly, there is an ‘i’ in the word ‘uimhir’. We’ve updated the notes and apologise for the confusion.

      • Ann says:

        Dia Duit. I have just started learning Irish and i love your podcasts. They have been instrumental in helping me learn and understand the langauge. I was wondering if you have a lesson on colours?

  3. Labhrás Ó Cathaláin says:

    Tá ceist agam oraibh. Why isn’t the ‘s’ in ‘scéalaí’ pronounced as ‘sh’ as it would be slender?

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