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Fàilte Romhaibh! You are now at the Gaelic Homepage , a web site devoted to the language and culture of the Gaels, those people that speak or did speak any of the three Gaelic languages.
The preposition "ag" (at) will combine with "mé" (I or me) to form "agam" (at me). The preposition is combined with the pronouns "mé, tú, sé,sí, etc." into one word.
These lessons are best viewed using Netscape, and if you want to here the audio when you click on it make sure you have the .mailcap file in your home directory . (UNIX) You should also change the font size to one that is easy / comfortable to read, using the preferences menu. I find medium size the best.