Buntus Foclora The First 1,000 Words in Irish by Stephen Cartwright
  

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Buntus Foclora The First 1,000 Words in Irish by Stephen Cartwright

Buntus Foclora is full of valuable learning opportunities for children of various ages and backgrounds. Young Irish speakers will enjoy looking at the pictures and discussing what they see. For English speakers, it is a perfect opportunity to acquire a basic Irish vocabulary. Young pupils will learn new words by associating them with pictures. Leabhar d'ogfhoghlaimeoiri Gaeilge is ea Buntus Foclora. Ta se breaclan de dheiseanna foghlama don aos og. Tig le Gaeilgeoiri oga breathnu ar na pictiuir agus labhairt faoina bhfeiceann said. Tig le Bearloiri oga buntus taitneamhach a chur lena bhfocloirin Gaeilge. Tig leis le foghlaimeoiri oga focal nua a fhoghlaim i gcomhtheacs na bpictiur. For Parents If your child is beginning to learn Irish, be it at an Irish- or English-medium school, Buntus Foclora gets them off to a great start. This children's picture dictionary has been specifically designed so that parents can use it with their children, with a picture for every word to aid comprehension.

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

Stephen Cartwright
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Publication date

18th September 2015

ISBN

9780717169399


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