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AnLuchsaScoil SFC

An Dán An Luichín sa Scoil

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In this poem, the teacher is talking. sa dán seo, tá an múinteoir ag caint/ag labhairt
The poet is a teacher is múinteoir é an file
He opens the press in the classroom and sees a dead mouse osclaíonn sé an cófra sa seomra ranga agus feiceann sé luch mharbh
The poet feels pity for the mouse Mothaíonn an file trua don luch
He imagines the awful death she got Samhlaíonn sé an bás uafásach a fuair sí
He imagines that she was terrified Samhlaíonn sé go raibh eagla an domhain uirthi
She was trapped inside the press Bhí sí gafa istigh sa chófra
She had nothing to eat or drink Ní raibh aon rud aici le hithe nó le hól
She died from hunger Fuair sí bás den ocras
She ate books and chalk D'tih sí leabhair agus cailc
She drank ink D'ól sí dúch
There is irony in the poem Tá íoróin sa dán
There were stacks of barley outside the school Bhí stacaí d'eorna taobh amuigh den scoil
The mouse was not able to escape Ní raibh an luch in ann a éalú
She heard the beating of the school clock and her heart Chuala sí an clog na scoile ag bualadh agus a croí
The poet shows pity for the mouse Léiríonn an file trua don luch
He is a humane person Is duien daonna é
Death is the strongest theme in this poem Is é bás a téama is láidre sa dán seo
Pity is the biggest emotion in this poem Is é trua an mothúchán is mó sa dán seo
Created by: Ms O' C
 

 



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