This page contains links to several Irish exercises developed by the Less Commonly Taught Languages project at the University of Minnesota.
These are NOT language lessons. They are designed to be supplementary practice and review exercises that can be used in accompaniment with an Irish language course at the beginning (1st year) level.
- Matching: In each exercise, the student is asked to match two similar photographs with their proper descriptions.
- Ceart nó Mí-cheart?: In each exercise, the student is asked to decide which sentences describing a photograph are correct and which are incorrect.
- Directions: Exercises for practice with adverbs and adjectives of direction and position.
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