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He’s from the cold climes of Canada. He’s been interested in Irish/Celtic music and related things since an early age. Customer of our full Audio Program, which includes all the tracks for Learn Irish With Eoin.
Connie, from Front Royal, Virginia.
Self-taught learner of Irish Gaelic
Robert, from Austin, Texas.
Eileen, from Blue Springs,
She’s an avid fan of The Elders music group from Kansas City, Missouri. She has even toured with them through Ireland.
I have done a lot of Irish studying on different programs, but this is one gaelic study that covers a whole lot. Not only do you get to hear the words in conversation, but they also cover what the words mean and not just how to use them. This is worth the purchase for beginners, people working on their pronunciation and people just studying gaelic.
I've been wanting to learn Gaelic for a while and it wasn't until I stumbled across this album that I was able to actively pursue that goal. Eoin gives little, easy lessons that you can go over again and again, and not feel like your simply memorizing what sounds come next, but actually what each phrase means. I can't recommend this enough for those who want to get an introduction to Gaelic.
This is easy to use and understand. The lessons are broken up into short pieces, and Eoin repeats the phrases slowly so you can really hear how to pronounce the words.
Very good quality MP3's. It met all of my expectations. The fact that a native speaker is teaching is what is best about this product.
Learn your first phrase, how to say hello. When you’re responding to someone, you need to use a different phrase, which you’ll also cover. You’ll also know what the phrase literally means.
Strike up conversation with a new person. Ask them what their name is, and be ready with your reply.
An easy way to begin to use Irish Gaelic in Ireland is just to say “goodbye” to people in Irish Gaelic (like your bus driver or taxi driver). This will get a good smile in return.
Use the phrases you’ve already mastered in the previous lessons to bring it all together. We introduce you to a small simple conversation, and you’re given time to participate.
Get familiar with the numbers in Irish Gaelic.
Did you know, Irish Gaelic has fewer letters than you find in English! We cover the letters.
Ask someone how they’re doing. Be ready with your own reply too, based on how you’re feeling. You’ll also learn a neat little trick for keeping the conversation going by asking “And you?”.
This is another simple conversation lesson, building on top of phrases you have previously learned. By participating in this lesson, you’ll get to use the phrases in a real-world context. .
Get to know someone a bit better by asking them where they’re from.
We cover lots of countries and nationalities. You’ll be able to say where you’re from, and be able to understand where someone else is from.
This essential lesson will introduce you to the real phrases that Irish Gaelic speakers will use every day. You can use them in just about any situation, and it will make your conversation skills go a lot further.
It’s always good to be prepared with standard polite phrases. Now you’ll be able to ask the other person to please repeat themselves, and to say thank you.t.
Since you’re learning to speak Irish Gaelic, you can also share it with your loved ones. These are lovely phrases to say how you feel.
With this practical lesson, you’ll be able to identify objects with “this” and “that”. It’s something you don’t even think about in English. Armed with these simple words in Irish Gaelic, you’ll be able to better express yourself in simple contexts.
You’ve covered the best essential Irish Gaelic for beginners. Now it’s time to throw the challenge to people in Ireland! Ask them if they speak Irish Gaelic, so you’re ready to spark off a simple conversation. You’ll show how much you respect their culture, and you’ll get a real smile from them.
The tracks are delivered to you as an MP3 album in a .zip file. Save the .zip file onto your computer, and follow the instructions to extract the MP3 files to your desktop. From there, you can load the MP3 files to your iPhone, Android smart phone, iPad, tablet device, or simply listen directly on your computer.
Don’t get around to learning Irish Gaelic in five more years, you’ll only regret not having advanced in all that time.
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Do you learn best with both audio and visually?
If you’re like most people, you’ll benefit from a mix of learning methods.
Our PDFs are the text copies of each of the audio lessons featured in the album. You’ll be able to open the PDFs on your phone, tablet, or computer. But our recommended way to use them is to print them out so that you can easily read them whenever you’re listening to Learn Irish With Eoin.
Of course this also includes the FREE bonus gift PDF ebook “The Secrets to Practicing Irish Gaelic Every Day”, worth $19.
We’ve heard from countless people this regret: “If only I’d started learning Irish Gaelic a couple of years ago, I’d be well along my journey by now. Instead, I thought I was too busy to spend 5 minutes to take a Bitesize lessons.”
Don’t be one of those people. Don’t leave it another year. Learning a language is indeed a huge undertaking. It’s a hugely respectable challenge to take on. You can’t tackle it all at once, which is why we’ve broken it right down into easy Bitesize portions for you.
What you do need is interest and enthusiasm! If it helps, remember how much you’d love to visit Ireland in the future. Then remember how much more wholesome the experience will be when you can use Ireland’s native language on the natives themselves. You’ll then realize what a deep connection you’ve already made to the land of your heart. Scroll back up the “Place your order here” section above to start learning today.