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This week the world’s largest traditional Irish culture festival, Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, is being held in Derry. It is the first time that it has ever been held in Northern Ireland in its 62 year history. It is a week long event, 11-18th August, and people from all over the world are expected to attetnd.
The core of the Fleadh is competition which aims to develop standards in Irish music attracting 20,000 musicians from all over the world. It also conducts many concerts, sessions, parades and céilidh.
A great way to practice your Irish is to use every day computer programs through the medium of the language. You can change the language settings on many programs that you may use frequently such as Facebook, Google, Windows and so forth. It’s a great way to integrate your language study into your every day routine and your sense of familiarity with the programs can add in understanding the vocabulary. When you come across a word you don’t know, you can simply look it up on an online dictionary such as focal.ie or irishdictionary.ie. In this article we will be looking at how to change your language settings in Facebook.