From Donegal to California with Imelda White (Ep. 47)

From Donegal to California

Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Imelda White is from Ard a’ Ratha in County Donegal, Ireland. She has taught Irish language classes in California for several decades.

What you’ll hear

  • Imelda’s kind encouragement and words of wisdom to learners of Irish Gaelic who feel stuck
  • Reasons to attend a Deireadh Seachtaine, or language immersion weekend

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Comments

  1. Michael MacFaden says:

    Who knew? “The Irish language is alive and well in the Silicon Valley.”
    Fad saol agat Mrs White!

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  3. Keith Verrills says:

    God bless Imelda,doing such a wonderful job teaching Irish in America!I found it particularly interesting that they have Mass in Irish there,with a beautiful Irish choir.One of my big goals in life is to go to Ireland an d attend a Mass in Irish. I wish I could be at those lessons with Imelda!

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