We’ve had a couple of queries from people interested in learning a bit more Irish Gaelic, after already trying Pimsleur Irish. First, here’s what they said: I just found your Web site and saw your product, “Teach Me Irish Gaelic” and it sounds intriguing. I definitely am interested in ordering it, but I want to… Continue reading What can I learn after Pimsleur Irish?
The Fairfield Gaelic-American Club in CT, USA is holding a day of immersion in the Irish language. It’s taking place on on Saturday, October 23, 2010. All levels will be taught. There’s even a class for those with no knowledge of the language. If you have any questions, please contact: email@example.com KThopsey@fairfield.edu firstname.lastname@example.org The Fairfield… Continue reading Immersion day – Fairfield, CT, USA (Oct 2010)
Bitesize Irish, our newest service, is now open to learners! If you’re considering to learn the Irish language, we’ve got good news for you. Learning Irish doesn’t have to be a bewildering process! We have launched a series of lessons in bite-sized chunks. It’s better to break up your learning into small parts. That’s how… Continue reading Learn Irish Gaelic online
If you’re travelling to Ireland in March or living here, there are events that you just can’t miss. Starting on 5th March is the annual Seachtain na Gaelige, a two week festival celebrating Irish music, literature, film and culture in general. it’s the largest celebration of irish language and culture and includes events all over… Continue reading March is the month for Seachtain na Gaelige and St. Patrick’s Day
There’s no better time to learn Manx than now. I briefly spoke with the Adrian Cain, the Manx Language Development Officer of the Manx Heritage Foundation and I was interested to see the changes in the use of the language. He was giving a talk on the current developments of the language of Manx Gaelic.… Continue reading It’s a good time to learn Manx Gaelic
Update: unfortunately it seems that the web page originally linked to from this page is no longer available. Instead, try the Bitesize Irish 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… Continue reading 113 pages of A Learner’s Guide to Irish
One of my other projects is IrishDictionary.org, it’s an online collaborative Irish Gaelic dictionary. By collaborative, this means that you can sign up and help build this dictionary from scratch. In June 2009, it reached a total of 1,000,000 searches, and it has over 280 activated accounts at the time of writing. There’s also a… Continue reading Learn with an online dictionary + PDF
This site is all about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (or “Irish” as we call it in Ireland). If you have been learning the language: How did you learn? What resources did you use? What are your top 3 tips for learning the language? Leave a comment below with your answers!