A Guide to Gossiping Cheat sheet


For Irish language learners

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There’s nothing more authentic than…. gossiping in the Irish language 🤫

But seriously, there’s a lot to learn in the depths of gossiping. Here’s a free PDF cheat sheet for your by Bitesize Irish, as we launch this week a new module of our “Siúlach Scéalach” course for Explore and Grow members.

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  • The first page of the cheat sheet deals with phrases with “independent forms” like “according to”, and “apparently”.
  • The second page of the cheat sheet for Irish language learners has phrases with “dependent forms”, like “X says this”, and “I’ve heard”.
  • The third page adds more useful phrases for Irish language learners.

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This cheat sheet is based on the new module “The News Today” in the course “Siúlach Scéalach”, available this Friday to our Explore and Grow members.

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