This book offers Irish learners a clear and easy-to-understand guide to Irish verbs to help in their exam revision. Designed for all those learning Irish at school, work or home. The main section of the book consists of 115 fully conjugated verbs, both regular and irregular.The introduction gives a clear explanation of the main tenses and moods in which the verbs are conjugated. It also points out that the forms given in the verb tables conform to the Official Standard of Irish, with additional notes on the principal dialect variants. Finally, an alphabetical index lists many widely used Irish verbs, including the key verbs which appear in full in the verb tables.• Shows all the major tenses and moods of the most important Irish verbs in full.• A list of the 115 key verbs is given in the introduction.• Clear layout ensures that you find the information you need quickly and easily.
In many contexts of Greek social life, Scotch whisky has coincidentally become a symbol of "Greekness," national identity, modernity, and the middle class. This ethnographic study follows the social life of Scotch in Greece through three distinct trajectories in time and space in order to investigate how the meanings of the beverage are projected, negotiated, and acquired by various different networks. By examining the mediascapes of the Greek cultural industry, the Athenian nightlife and entertainment, and the North Aegean drinking habits, the study illustrates how Scotch became associated with modernity, popular music and culture, a lavish style, and an antidomestic masculine mentality.
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