The Oxford Pocket Irish Dictionary: Béarla-Gaeilge, Gaeilge-Béarla

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Valerie Grundy, Breandán Ó Cróinín
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Reference - 594 pages
The essential reference for anyone writing, studying, or speaking Irish as it is used today. With thousands of phrases and translations, as well as pronunciation of the three main regional systems - Ulster, Connacht, and Munster - shown at every entry, this is the ideal reference for student, traveller and the general user. Includes over 100,000 words, phrases and translations covering the full richness of the Irish language; the three main regional pronunciation systems are shown at every entry; frequently used words that can be difficult to master are given a special layout and usage notes to help you use them correctly; the comprehensive grammar section provides clear guidance, and there are easy-to-read verb tables for all regular and irregular verbs; the comprehensive pronunciation guidance this dictionary provides will be a major selling point - no other Irish-English dictionary at this level offers the invaluable feature.

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