Overall the “hit” to growth could, at worst, be close to 4 per cent after 10 years, and most of this would be in the first five years after Brexit.
So not far off one percentage point could be knocked off growth in the initial few years after Brexit happens, assumed to be spring 2019.
However, the fact that these stories have never come up before, there is a high probability that they will appear on the Leaving Cert Irish 2019 paper (each class will study one or the other since if they do come up you will get an option out of the two of them).
The other potential pros that may appear on the exam is Dís since it has only come up once and has not appeared on the paper since 2014.
On top of this, it is highly unlikely that Cáca Milis/Lasair Choille or Hurlamaboc will come up in the Leaving Cert Irish 2019 exam since they appeared in the last two years respectively and they have both appeared on the exam twice now.
Once again, predicting the poetry section of the exam can prove very difficult.The initial mood music before the talks suggests this will not be easy. For historical reasons – and because countries have wanted to protect their own farming sectors – tariffs tend to be higher on heavier products, particularly foodstuffs.So tariffs on some kind of meat exports, for example,could be up to 50 per cent using WTO levels, which would effectively price many Irish producers out of the UK market, and out of business. While some sectors would be hardest hit, the economic shock would spread out through the economy.Mo Ghrá-sa has not come up on the paper since 2013 and it has only ever came up once, so that is the most likely to appear on the Leaving Cert Irish 2019 exam in June.After this, Colscaradh (also only appeared once) has not come up since 2015 so would have to be the second most likely.You can have pretty much the exact same essay for these two titles, with just a few alterations in the wording.Within this essay have a couple of paragraphs on about 7-10 problems in society.They tend never to bring up titles two years in a row, so topics like climate change, music, irish language, Irish economy and social media (all came up in 2018) have little chance of coming up.One key essay I advise you to perfect is a ‘social problems’/’problems for young people’ essay.You may have a problem or two in your ‘problems for young people’ essay and not in your social problems essay, or vice versa.These essays are the most important as paragraphs from the other essays you learn can be also in the them, so it saves the amount you have to learn.