113 pages of A Learner’s Guide to Irish

Learner's Guide to Irish

Learner's Guide to Irish

Update: unfortunately it seems that the web page originally linked to from this page is no longer available. Instead, try the Bitesize Irish Gaelic ebook.

Cois Life is a book publisher, and has one book called A Learner’s Guide to Irish, by Donna Wong.

The book has been made available as a free download for private use. Click here to go to the PDF download page.

The PDF is a newly formatted version of the book. The book is broken in to three parts:

  • Part 1 introduces you to the convensions of the language, tools that can help you in your learning, and then to the verbal structures.
  • Part 2 introduces other parts of speach including the copula and nouns.
  • Part 3 has more complex grammatical items such as adjectives, pronouns, and clauses.

Interestingly the book’s author, Donna Wong, is a native English speaker having grown up in the USA. She learned the language at Berkley and Harvard universities, and spend time learning the language in the Gaeltacht regions of Ireland. Her experience learning Irish Gaelic gives this book an interesting perspective.

If you download the book, please visit here again to tell me what you think of it.

Visit Cois Life to download the 113-page PDF.

Update: unfortunately it seems that the web page originally linked to from this page is no longer available. Instead, try the Bitesize Irish Gaelic ebook.

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