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Marie Curie

Marie Curie as Gaeilge

EnglishIrish
The theme of _____ is evident in this story. Tá an téama _____ le sonrú sa scéal seo.
It is a story from a foreign country. Is scéal ó thír iasachta é seo.
Marya Sklodovska was at school in Poland. Bhí Marya Sklodovska ar scoil sa Pholainn.
The teacher Mademoiselle Tupalska was reading. Bhí an múinteoir Mademoiselle Tupalska ag léamh.
She was reading the history of Poland. Bhí sí ag léamh stair na Polainne.
For political reasons this was not allowed. Toisc cúrsaí polaitíochta ní raibh cead é seo a dhéanamh.
The school inspector came and they hid the books. They pretended that they were doing Russian. Tháinig an cigire scoile agus chuir siad na leabhair i bhfolach. Lig siad orthu go raibh Rúisis ar siúl.
Everybody was afraid because the inspector was angry. The principal was nervous. Bhí eagla ar gach éinne mar bhí an cigire feargach. Bhí an príomhoide neirbhíseach.
The inspector asked Marya a few questions. Chuir an cigire cúpla ceist ar Marya.
Marya was brave. She stood infront of the class. Bhí Marya cróga. Sheas sí os comhair an ranga.
Marya was clever and answered them easily. Bhí Marya cliste agus d'fhreagair sí iad gan stró.
When the inspector left, the teacher kissed Marya to show her thanks. Nuair a d'imigh an cigire, thug an múinteoir cúpla póg do Marya chun a buíochas a thaispeáint.
Marya won a gold medal in the exams. Bhuaigh Marya a bonn óir sna scrúduithe.
Bronya, Marya's sister, was intelligent too. Bhí Bronya, deirfiúr Marya, an éirimiúil freisin.
The career she wanted was to be a doctor An ghairm bheatha a theastaigh uaithi ná bheith ina dochtúir.
Bronya and Marya went to university, Chuaigh Bronya agus Marya go dtí an ollscoil.
They were very poor. Bhí siad an-bhoct ar fad.
Marya helped her sister to get money. Chabraigh Marya le Bronya chun airgead a fháil.
Marya was loyal to her sister, family and heritage. Bhí Marya dílis dá deirfiúr, dá clann, dá hoihreacht.
Marya married a famous scientist - Pierre Curie. Phós Marya eolaí eile - fear cáiliúil darbh ainm Pierre Curie.
They both won the Nobel Prize for physics. Bhuaigh an bheirt acu an Duais Nobel sa bhfisic.
This story has a happy ending. Tá críoch shona leis an scéal seo.
I think that the theme of _____ is evident in this story. Measaim go bhfuil an téama _____ le sonrú sa scéal seo.
Created by: fionak