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If you are one of the 70 million people of Irish descent living all over our planet, then chances are your ancestors spoke Irish as their native language.
If you always wanted the opportunity to reclaim your cultural heritage and learn the language of Ireland then you have come to the right place.
This Learn Irish Gaelic Language course will teach you how to say who you are and how you are.
You will learn some useful verbs in the present, past and future tense. You will be able to count to 20 and tell the time and you will learn the secret of the Irish preposition.
You don’t need to have any previous knowledge of Irish or even an aptitude for learning languages. All you need to bring to class is a sense of humour and your inbuilt imagination.
So thanks for signing up to take my Learn Irish Gaelic Language course. Now, let’s dig in to the secrets of your Irish or Celtic ancestors!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
You will know where Irish is spoken, you will learn of its relationship to other languages and be familiar with the history of the language.
|Section 2: Dia Duit|
Saying Who You ArePreview
|Quiz 1||1 question|
You can now talk about yourself in Irish.
|Section 3: Tá Mé Tinn.|
I told you I was sickPreview
Cad é Seo?Preview
Saying You Are Unwell
|Section 4: Uimhreacha|
How Many Are There?
What Time Is It?
|Quiz 3||1 question|
How do you say it is 7.20 in Irish?
|Section 5: Verbs|
Did You See Him?
|Section 6: Pronouns and Prepositions|
|Section 7: Bonus Lecture|
His, Hers or Theirs?
Tim Ferriss' 12 Phrases
|Section 8: Recommendations|
I have been teaching Irish for about 30 years and have a Masters degree in Irish Language and Literature.
In the last 10 years I have been specializing in teaching Irish to adults.
As well as writing educational material for students of different ages, I have my own business providing subtitles for Irish language television programs.