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an ticéad: ticket

Part of speech: noun Example sentence:Ba mhaith liom ceist a chur ort faoi mo thicéid. Sentence meaning: I would like to ask you about my

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an traein: train

Part of speech: noun Example sentence:Cá n-athróidh mé traenacha? Sentence meaning: Where do I change trains?

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an aimsir: weather

Part of speech: noun Example sentence:Cad é réamhaisnéis na haimsire? Sentence meaning: What is the weather forecast?

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te: hot

Part of speech: adjective Example sentence:Tá sé te agus tais. Sentence meaning: It is hot and humid.

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amárach: tomorrow

Part of speech: adverb Example sentence:Beidh an aimsir go hiontach amárach. Sentence meaning: The weather will be great tomorrow.

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tinn: sick

Part of speech: adjective Example sentence:Bhí mé tinn inné. Sentence meaning: I was sick yesterday.

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can: to sing

Part of speech: verb Example sentence:Canann tú amhráin deasa. Sentence meaning: You sing nice songs.

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lón: lunch

Part of speech: noun Example sentence:Tá lón te sa bhialann. Sentence meaning: The restaurant has a hot lunch.

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an t-óstán: the hotel

Part of speech: noun Example sentence:An fearr leat fanacht in óstáin mhóra nó i dtithe leaba agus bricfeasta? Sentence meaning: Do you prefer to stay

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an lóistín: the lodging

Part of speech: noun Example sentence:An bhfuil lóistín ar fáil anseo don oíche anocht? Tá brón orm ach níl. Sentence meaning: Do you have a

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