Irish Language Pronunciation Explained

Live Q&A Date: March 21, 2023 8:00 pm (Dublin, Ireland time)

The Bitesize Irish team are bringing your another Live Q&A for Irish language learners! Our fluent team members will be here to offer their insights, advice and guidance.

This month Niall and Ben welcome your questions on how to pronounce words and sounds in the Irish Language. Confused about how words should sound in a particular dialect? Not sure how to pronounce slender consonants? Having issues with eclipsis? Shy about séimhiú? Is that t-prothesis tripping you up?! Send us your questions and we will be glad to help!

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Live Q&A Date: March 21, 2023 8:00 pm (Dublin, Ireland time)

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1 thought on “Irish Language Pronunciation Explained”

  1. …i’ll be there but my problem is i keep putting the ukulele down or the bite size irish down and therefore not advancing ….. yet thanks for the lessons and encouragement, at 75 need all the encouragement possible.

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