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Focloir: The Ultimate Guide to focloir .ie [Updated 2021]

Irish spelling and Irish grammar can be hard. But using the "hidden" features on the focloir .ie English to Irish dictionary website will help you write in Irish with more confidence.

With nearly 30,000 searches for the "focloir" website happening on Google every month, focloir .ie is clearly the go to resource for people who want an online English to Irish dictionary. And focloir is rightly the most popular English to Irish online dictionary out there.

But many of the best "focloir" (or even "foclóir" with a fada) features are "hidden" in plain sight and not immediately obvious... Tá siad faoi cheilt. That's why I'm developing this Ultimate Guide to foclóir.ie in 2021. So, let's dive in...

How to Use Focloir.ie as a Power User: DEMO

In this video I'll show you how to become a foclóir Power User with a demo of its most powerful "hidden" features... I'll reveal how to get the most of its huge library of sample phrases, how to pronounce Irish words better using its massive collection of audio files and how to get access to useful grammar snippets you can copy & paste with just one click:

 

How to Learn Irish Phrases on Focloir .ie (and Improve Your Irish Writing) 

Here I show how to use foclóir.ie to learn Irish phrases - and improve your Irish writing even if you're already fluent.

Foclóir puts lots of helpful phrases and idioms at your fingertips.

They'll help you enrich your use of the Irish language if you know how to find them...

 

How To Use The "Hidden" Grammar Features on focloir .ie for Easy Irish Grammar

In this video I show how to use the "hidden" grammar features on the focloir .ie English Irish dictionary website for easy and fast Irish grammar.

These amazing "pop up" resources are just one click away when you find the word you're looking for...

 

How to Pronounce Irish Better Using the "Hidden" Audio Files on focloir .ie

Figuring out how to pronounce Irish (Gaeilge) words can be tricky.

Watch this video about how to make it much easier using the Focloir .ie English to Irish online dictionary and its "hidden" audio files:

  

My Top 3 Favourite "Hidden" Focloir Features

Watch this video to find out what my top 3 "hidden" focloir features are.

Then leave a comment.

Cad iad na gnéithe is fearr leatsa ar foclóir.ie?

Let me know what your favourite foclóir.ie tips & tricks are in the comments... 

 


8 comments

  • @Rafael – Sea, tá “jab” sa tríú háit ar foclóir.ie tar éis “post” agus “obair”… tá roinnt frásaí samplacha deasa acu freisin.

    Diarmaid Mac Mathúna
  • Ní maith liom an focal ar ‘job’, sé sin ‘jab’. Caithfimíd focail atá i nGaeilge cheana a úsaid i slí nua mar shampla post ar job.
    Bhí riméad orm nuair a bhaint an Béarla úsáid as jab mar vaccination! Anois, cad a bhéadh i nGaeilge ar sin?!
    Instealladh! Ó nach galánta é sin!

    Rafael Ó Dorchaí
  • @Seathrún, a chara, Is breá liom féin na cora cainte agus focail úrnua freisin. Bainim féin úsáid as an Draoi Gramadaí ar Teanglann.ie chun eolas a fháil faoi na hathruithe tosaigh a leanann focail áirithe… mar shampla: https://www.teanglann.ie/en/gram/p_n?p=roimh_prep&n=bliainfem3

    Diarmaid Mac Mathúna
  • @Mary, Tá na habairtí samplacha an-úsáideach ceart go leor! Agus GRMMA as féachaint ar m’fhíseáin!

    Diarmaid Mac Mathúna
  • Is aoibhinn liom Foclóir.ie – usáid mé na focail agus na habairtí.
    Chonaic mé anois do youtube channel – another great resource,

    Mary Blundell

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