A Handbook of Modern Irish

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M.H. Gill & Son, Limited, 1911 - Irish language
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"Rewritten and re-arranged so as to fit in with a course of oral lessons on the direct method": pt 1, 2nd half "Specially compiled for the use of students in intermediate schools and Gaelic League classes": pt 2 Irish portions are written in old Irish script Pt 1, 2nd half has author's name and place of publication in Irish only - only held Pt 2 has place of publication in English and author's name in both languages.

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XXIA Vowel changes in forming the cases of the first
XXIILUse of cum Vowel changes in forming
XXVl The verbal noun when representing an Eng

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