IRISH LANGUAGE Q&A

Your biggest challenges Learning Irish – Live Q&A

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What’s your biggest challenge in trying to learn to speak the Irish language? Our July 2022 live Q&A is about hearing your biggest challenges, and we might even be able to give some advice to help you.

Send in your biggest challenge, in our Q&A submission form. Be sure to submit the form a couple of days before we go live, so we have the chance to see your question.

The Q&A will be live on YouTube at 8pm Irish time on Wednesday 20th July 2022. Set a reminder on YouTube so that you don’t miss out.

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