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Cnagaire SFC

Abairtí ar an dán

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The poet is talking about an old woman Tá an file ag caint faoi sheanbhean
She is in grey old age Tá sí I liath-aois
She is slender and stooped Tá sí caol/cúng agus cromtha
She is thinking about her married life Tá sí ag smaoineadh faoina saol posta
She was married to a bus driver Bhí sí pósta le tiománaí bus
He worked all day D'oibrigh sé at feadh an lae
She stayed at home D'fhan sí sa bhaile/abhaile
She cleaned the house Ghlan sí an teach
She prepared tasty meals for him D'ullmhaigh sí béilte blasta dó
She was happy doing this Bhí sí sásta ag déanamh é seo
She looked forward to him coming home every night Bhí sí ag tnúth go mór leis é ag teacht abhaile gach oíche
She has lovely memories Tá cuimnhí deasa aici
He ate dinner and told her stories D'ith sé dinneár agus d'inis sé scéalta di
They were in love Bhí siad i ngrá
They were very happy together Bhí siad sona sásta le chéile
Unfortunately, he husband died of a heart attack Ar an drochuair fuair a fear chéile bás de taom croí
Her favourite sound was the sound of the knocker an fhuaim is fearr léi ná an fhuaim an chnagaire
He hit the knocker on the door when he came home from work Bhuail sé an cnagaire nuair a tháinig sé abhaile ón obair
She is on her own now Tá sí ina haonar anois
She is lonely Tá uaigneas uirthi
She is sad Tá brón uirthi
She took down the knocker Thóg sí anuas an cnagaire
It was too painful to hear Bhí sé ró-deacair le cloisteáil
Created by: Ms O' C