How to grasp Irish Gaelic dialects
Do you find dialects baffling?
Have you ever been left confused and discouraged when listening to a conversation in Irish and feeling like you were listening to a number of different languages?
The Irish language has a number of dialects. They are very similar to each other with a lot of differences.
Announcing Bitesize Beo live event
That’s why we here at Bitesize Irish Gaelic will be hosting a live webinar on dialects on Saturday, 13th May. You can sign up below.
You’ll learn about the names of the various dialects and where you’re most likely to hear them. We’ll be discussing how words are used differently depending on the geographical origin of the Irish spoken. You’ll also see how sentences are formed a little differently in each dialect. Chances are, you just might pick up some new words too! More importantly, you’ll find out how to overcome the differences and you’ll see how you too can understand different dialects with ease.
Siobhán Ní Mhaoildhia, Bitesize Irish Gaelic’s language assistant. She’s a native Irish Gaelic speaker, and has experience of teaching Irish Gaelic to people outside of Ireland online.
Eoin Ó Conchúir, founder of Bitesize Irish Gaelic will help run the event. Eoin is a native Irish speaker, attended all his schooling through the Irish language, and has been sharing the Irish language online since 1995.
What you’ll get from attending
- Get a super motivation boost to continue your Irish language journey. You’ll feel the energy of our presenters, and their passion for the Irish language.
- Your level of the Irish language does not matter. As long as you’re interested in expressing yourself through the Irish language and in the culture of Ireland, you’ve got what it takes to register for this live event.
- Get the knowledge and resources to progress further in your understanding of Irish Gaelic dialects.
- Be part of the live event, asking questions in the chat section, and getting answers from the presenters. This will be your chance to ask questions, get live feedback, and not be afraid of asking “stupid questions”.
- Feel the community, because you’ll see that others are on the same journey as you. That’s very different to if you’ve been trying to learn a little bit of Irish Gaelic on your own, with no-one around you interested in doing that.
**100% No Questions Asked, Take-It-Back Guarantee**
As we say at Bitesize Irish Gaelic, we’re not in the business of holding your money hostage.
Didn’t like the event, and thought it wasn’t worth your time? Want to cancel your registration? Contact us through this site, and we’ll refund your money right back.
Register for Bitesize Beo Dialects here, now
Here’s your chance, don’t miss out! Purchase your place in the live event now.
Registration for this live webinar is $22, which is covered by our money-back guarantee.
The live event will begin at 4pm GMT (Dublin, Ireland time) on Saturday May 13th 2017, and will last one hour. That’s:
- 4pm GMT (Dublin)
- 11am EDT (New York)
- 8am PDT (San Francisco)
- 5pm CEST (Berlin)
- 1am Sunday morning AEDT (Sydney) (ugh!)
After you “Add to cart” below, you’ll then be eligible for:
- Live interactive attendance of Bitesize Beo Dialects (through the software called “GoToWebinar” – you’ll get information on how to install that on your computer or mobile device)
- Access to the recording for a limited time afterwards, in case you were not able to attend in the end.
Don’t Get Stuck on Your Irish Journey
If you put this off, you may never get a hang of Irish Gaelic dialects.
When you’re brave and passionate enough to consider wanting to dive into Ireland’s language and culture, it’s still easy to get stuck. It feels like the problem is too big, and that it’s too difficult to figure it out on your own.
By simply attending this event, you’ll have the motivation, plus tips and techniques, to help you understand the various dialects so you can make Irish Gaelic part of your everyday life.