Is féile idirnáisiúnta Ghaeilge í Seachtain na Gaeilge atá ar an gceiliúradh is mó dár dteanga agus dár gcultúr dúchais a bhíonn ar siúl in Éirinn agus in go leor tíortha eile gach bliain.
Seachtain na Gaeilge is an international Irish language festival and one of the biggest celebrations of our native language and culture that takes place each year in Ireland and in many other countries.
You are encouraged to use whatever level of Irish you have. It may be more than you realise. Give it a go.
Bain triail aisti – Surprise Yourself!
In that spirit, below are some links to past posts in relation to Irish and maths containing links you may find useful.
Seachtain na Gaeilge shona daoibh!
If you have an interest in speaking or learning Irish you may find some of the following resources useful.
http://snag.ie/en/ is the Seachtain na Gaeilge web site.
abair.ie text to speech synthesiser developed at Trinity College, Dublin. You can enter Irish text and have it “spoken” back to you.
http://www.potafocal.com/Home.aspx provides a dictionary
And http://www.bbc.co.uk/irish provides a range of Irish resources provided by the BBC.
So why not have a go at speaking a few words of Irish. Bain úsáid as do cúpla focal!
Students intending to do their Junior or Leaving Cert maths (or other ) exam through Irish are reminded that their papers must be fully answered through Irish if they want to get the bonus marks. The “cúpla focal” is insufficient for exam purposes. For more on this check out my previous post “Bonus marks for doing papers through Irish“.
Confusion with class through Irish and textbooks in English
English-Irish math translations: this is a work in progress and I am hoping that people will email corrections to me so that the document can be updated and improved. But with over 1300 maths related words and phrases I think that it may already be of use to students who find themselves doing maths classes through Irish and having textbooks in English.
You can also check with online translators like google translate.