It’s the month of January and with your new diet plan and abstinence from alcohol waning, we thought of helping those who have made a commitment to improve their Irish language learning for 2013. So get a coffee – Irish one! And read our 10 tips that are aimed to help keep you focused. Feel free to add your own tips in the comments section.
Dia daoibh a chairde. For those who wish to practice their Irish via the web, then the TG4 website is an excellent place to do so. For those who do not know, TG4 is the Irish language TV channel. Almost all of its programmes are in Irish and is a great way to practice your Irish language skills. Many of its programmes have subtitles and you can even watch them online via TG4 Player. Continue reading
Firstly, the Irish language has been using Latin script since the 6th century. Before that time, Irish was written in Ogham script, an ancient Celtic writing system comprising of a series of strokes. Continue reading
I’d like to let you know about a unique free program that is brilliant in helping you learn efficiently. It’s called ‘Mnemosyne’. It resembles a traditional flash-card system and can be used to learn any subject. It works by presenting … Continue reading
Dia daoibh a chairde! There are many sources out on the web that can help in your study of the Irish language. EasyIrish.com have selected a few to get you started: Dictionaries Focal.ie This dictionary has an extensive database of … Continue reading