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How to improve your Irish at home

Here are some tips on how to learn Irish at home.

Éist leis an raidió | Listen to the radio (links below)

Léigh leabhar agus éist leis an gclosleabhar | Read a book and listen to its audiobook (links below)

Scríobh scripteanna comhrá | Write scripts of conversations

Coimeád dialann | Keep a diary 

Foghlaim amhráin | Learn songs

Cur aithne ar Ghaeilgeoirí | Get to know Irish speakers and learners

Gaeilge gach Lá! | Irish Every Day!


Foclóirí | Dictionaries

Raidió | Radio

Closleabhair | Audiobooks

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6 thoughts on “How to improve your Irish at home”

  1. jneilson11@cogeco.ca

    Thank you so much for the tips and especially for the links. As a relative newcomer I think they will be invaluable

  2. Briliant list a Shiobhán,
    I like the radio and postcasts like Blás daily, may not mean much at first but give yourself time to get used to it.
    I can still hear in my head some of Eoin’s early words so long ago about the need to also
    develop a patience, patience with yourself and with the language. So take it easy (Tóg go bóg é)
    new day as a chance to try one or two bitesize things gach lá!

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