Sunday, 7 December 2014

Irish prepositions/réamhfhocail chomhshuite and examples of use

I already have notes on the réamhfhocail chomhshuite posted on this blog but once again for grinds I made up a table showing the main ones and a few examples of when they are used so I thought that might be helpful!

There are lots more examples of when they are used but this is just some!

Ag, Ar, Do and Le are first because they are the most commonly used so i would recommend definitely knowing them! The others are important but not used as often so unless you are trying to do very well I wouldn't worry too much about them :)
If you have any questions about other times they are used feel free to comment below or message me on twitter :)







Ag
Ar
Le
Do
Agam
Orm
Liom
Dom
Agat
Ort
Leat
Duit
Aige
Air
Leis
Do
Aici
Uirthi
Léi
Di
Sinn
Againn
Orainn
Linn
Dúinn
Sibh
Agaibh
Oraibh
Libh
Daoibh
Siad
Acu
Orthu
leo
Dóibh

Own something




Illness
Feelings
Hair

Verbs:
teip – to fail
déan dearmand ar – to forget
 glaoch ar – to call
cuir ceist ar – to ask
 Lig + ar - allow
With mé

Verbs:
éist – to listen
taithin – to like/enjoy


Verbs:
tabhair- to give
taispeáin – to show
Inis – to tell







As
ó
Faoi
De
Roimh
I
Chuig
Asam
Uaim
Fúm
Díom
Romham
Ionam
Chugam
Asat
Uait
Fút
Díot
Romhat
Ionat
Chugat
As
Uaidh
Faoi
De
Roimhe
Ann
Chuige
Astí
Uaithi
Fúithi
Di
Roimpi
Inti
Chuici
Sinn
Asainn
Uainn
Fúinn
Dínn
Romhainn
Ionainn
Chugainn
Sibh
Asaibh
Uaibh
Fúibh
Díbh
Romhaibh
Ionaibh
Chugaibh
Siad
Astu
Uathu
Fúthu
Díobh
Rompu
Iontu
Chucu

Bain geit/ taitneamh as
Fright/enjoy

éirigh as - retire
lig + beic + as

From

téastaigh
About
Ag caint/
gáire/
magadh 
Bain + éadaí – to take off

Buíoch – thankful

Fáilte

In 

Place

Writing to someone
Seol
Scríobh

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  2. these are not examples of réamhfhocail chomhsuite, but forainmneacha réamhfhoclacha - which are prepositional pronouns - hence the pronoun attached to the preposition!!

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