Briathra Neamhrialta - Irregular Verbs

 Be - was - will be Táim - bhí - beidh
  • I am eating.
  •  Táim ag ithe.
  • Are you eating?
  •  An bhfuil tú ag ithe?
  • You are not eating.
  •  Níl tú ag ithe.
  • I was eating last night.
  •  Bhí mé ag ithe aréir.
  • Were you eating last night?
  •  An raibh tú ag ithe aréir?
  • I wasn't eating last night.
  •  Ní raibh mé ag ithe aréir.
  • I will be eating tonight.
  •  Béidh mé ag ithe anocht.
  • Will he be eating tonight?
  •  An mbeidh sé ag ithe anocht.
  • He will not be eating tonight.
  •  Ní bheidh sé ag ithe anocht.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • He says that he is hungry.
  •  Deir sé go bhfuil ocras air.
  • I say that I am not hungry.
  •  Deirim nach bhfuil ocras orm.
  • I said that I was hungry.
  •  Dúirt mé go raibh ocras orm.
  • I said that I was not hungry.
  •  Dúirt mé nach raibh ocras orm.
  • I said that I will be hungry.
  •  Dúirt mé go mbeidh ocras orm.
  • I said that he will not be hungry.
  •  Dúirt mé nach mbeidh ocras air.

     Go - went - will go Téim - chuaigh - rachaigh
  • I go home every night.
  •  Téim abhaile gach oiche.
  • Does he go home every night?
  •  An dtéann sé abhaile gach oiche?
  • He does not go home every night.
  •  Ní théann sé abhaile gach oiche.
  • I went home at night.
  •  Chuaigh mé abhaile istoiche.
  • Did she go home at night?
  •  An ndéachaigh sí abhaile istoiche?
  • She did not go home at night.
  •  Ní dheachaigh sí abhaile istoiche.
  • I will go home tonight.
  •  Rachaidh mé abhaile anocht.
  • Will he go home tonight?
  •  An rachaidh sé abhaile anocht?
  • He will not go home tonight.
  •  Ní rachaidh sé abhaile anocht.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • I say that I go home every night.
  •  Deirim go dtéim abhaile gach oiche.
  • I say that he does not go home every night.
  •  Deirim nach dtéann sé abhaile gach oiche.
  • I said that I went home at night.
  •  Dúirt mé go ndeachaigh mé abhaile istoiche.
  • I said that she did not go home at night.
  •  Dúirt mé nach ndeachaigh sí abhaile istoiche.
  • I said that I will go home tonight.
  •  Dúirt mé go rachaidh mé abhaile anocht.
  • I said that he will not go home tonight.
  •  Dúirt mé nach rachaidh sé abhaile anocht.

     See - saw - will see Feicim - chonaic - feicfidh
  • The man sees the rabid dog.
  •  Feiceann an fear an madra confaidh.
  • Does the man see the rabid dog?
  •  An bhfeiceann an fear an madra confaidh?
  • The man does not see the rabid dog.
  •  Ní fheiceann an fear an madra confaidh.
  • The man saw the rabid dog.
  •  Chonaic an fear an madra confaidh.
  • Did the man see the rabid dog?
  •  An bhfaca an fear an madra confaidh?
  • The man did not see the rabid dog.
  •  Ní fhaca an fear an madra confaidh.
  • The man will see the rabid dog.
  •  Feicfidh an fear an madra confaidh.
  • Will the man see the rabid dog?
  •  An bhfeicfidh an fear an madra confaidh?
  • The man will not see the rabid dog.
  •  Ní fheicfidh an fear an madra confaidh.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • The man says he sees the dog.
  •  Deir an fear go bhfeiceann sé an madra.
  • The man says he does not see the dog.
  •  Deir an fear nach bhfeiceann sé an madra.
  • The man said he saw the rabid dog.
  •  Dúirt an fear go bhfaca sé an madra confaidh.
  • The man said he did not see the rabid dog.
  •  Dúirt an fear nach bhfaca sé an madra confaidh.
  • I said that the man will see the rabid dog.
  •  Dúirt mé go bhfeicfidh an fear an madra confaidh.
  • I said the man will not see the dog.
  •  Dúirt mé nach bhfeicfidh an fear an madra.

     

     Come - came - will come Tagaim - thánaig - tiocfaidh
  • I come home every night.
  •  Tagaim abhaile gach oiche.
  • Does he come home every night?
  •  An dtagann sé abhaile gach oiche?
  • He does not come home every night.
  •  Ní thagann sé abhaile gach oiche.
  • I came home at night.
  •  Thánaig mé abhaile istoiche.
  • Did she come home at night?
  •  An thánaig sí abhaile istoiche?
  • She did not come home at night.
  •  Níor thánaig sí abhaile istoiche.
  • I will come home tonight.
  •  Tiocfaidh mé abhaile anocht.
  • Will he come home tonight?
  •  An dtiocfaidh sé abhaile anocht?
  • He will not come home tonight.
  •  Ní thiocfaidh sé abhaile anocht.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • I say that I come home every night.
  •  Deirim go dtagaim abhaile gach oiche.
  • I say that he does not come home every night.
  •  Deirim nach dtagann sé abhaile gach oiche.
  • I said that I came home at night.
  •  Dúirt mé gur tháinig mé abhaile istoiche.
  • I said that she did not come home at night.
  •  Dúirt mé nár tháinig sí abhaile istoiche.
  • I said that I will come home tonight.
  •  Dúirt mé go dtiocfaidh mé abhaile anocht.
  • I said that he will not come home tonight.
  •  Dúirt mé nach dtiocfaidh sé abhaile anocht.

     

     Eat - ate - will eat Ith - d'ith - iosfaidh
  • The girl eats the bread.
  •  Itheann an cailín an t-arán.
  • Does the girl eat the bread?
  •  An itheann an cailín an t-arán?
  • The girl does not eat the bread.
  •  Ní itheann an cailín an t-arán.
  • The girl ate the bread.
  •  D'ith an cailín an t-arán.
  • Did she eat the bread?
  •  Ar ith an cailín an t-arán?
  • She did not eat the bread.
  •  Níor ith sí an t-arán.
  • She will eat the bread?
  •  Iosfaidh sí an t-arán.
  • Will she will eat the bread?
  •  An íosfaidh sí an t-arán.
  • She will not eat the bread.
  •  Ní íosfaidh sí an t-arán.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • I hear that you eat bread.
  •  Cloisim go n-itheann tú arán.
  • I hear that you do not eat bread.
  •  Cloisim nach n-ith tú arán.
  • I heard that you did eat bread.
  •  Chuala mé gur ith tú ar´an.
  • I heard that you did not eat bread.
  •  Chuala mé nár ith tú ar´an.
  • I hear that you will eat bread.
  •  Cloisim go n-iosfaidh tú arán.
  • I hear that you will not eat bread.
  •  Cloisim nach n-iosfaidh tú arán.

     

     Hear - heard - will hear Cloisim - chuala - cloisifidh
  • I hear the sound.
  •  Cloisim an glór.
  • Does he hear the sound?
  •  An gcloiseann tú an glór?
  • He does not hear the sound.
  •  Níor chloiseann sé an glór.
  • I heard the sound.
  •  Chuala mé an glór.
  • Did she hear the sound?
  •  Ar chuala sí an glór?
  • She did not hear the sound.
  •  Níor chuala sí an glór.
  • I will hear the sound.
  •  Cloisfidh mé an glór.
  • Will he hear the sound?
  •  An gcloisfidh sé an glór?
  • He will not hear the sound.
  •  Ní chloisfidh sé an glór.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • I think that he hears again.
  •  Is dóigh liom go gcloseann sé arís.
  • I think that he doesn't hear me.
  •  Is dóigh liom nach gcloseann sé mé.
  • I think that he heard me.
  •  Is dóigh liom gur chuala sé liom.
  • I think that she did not hear me.
  •  Is dóigh liom nár chuala sí liom.
  • I think that she will hear me.
  •  Is dóigh liom go gclosfaidh sí liom.
  • I think that she will not hear me.
  •  Is dóigh liom nach gclosfaidh sí liom.

     

     Say - said - will say Abair - deirim - dúirt - déarfaidh
  • I say the word.
  •  Deirim an focal.
  • Does he say the word?
  •  An ndeir sé an focal?
  • He says the word.
  •  Deir sé an focal.
  • I said the word.
  •  Dúirt mé an focal.
  • Did she say the word?
  •  Ar ndúirt sí an focal?
  • She did not say the word.
  •  Ní dúirt sí an focal.
  • I will say the word.
  •  Déarfaidh sí an focal.
  • Will he say the word?
  •  An ndéarfaidh sé an focal?
  • He will not say the word.
  •  Ní déarfaidh sé an focal.
      
     Dependent Clause Fochlásal
  • I think that he says it.
  •  Is dóigh liom go déir sé arís.
  • I think that he doesn't say it.
  •  Is dóigh liom nach déireann sé.
  • I think that he said it.
  •  Is dóigh liom gur dhúirt sé é.
  • I think that he didn't say it.
  •  Is dóigh liom nár dhúirt sé é.
  • I think that she will say it.
  •  Is dóigh liom go déarfaidh sí é.
  • I think that she will not say it.
  •  Is dóigh liom nach ndéarfaidh sí é.

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