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Q&A Le Siobhán Agus Gabrielle – 5th December 2019

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December’s Live Q&A with Siobhán and Gabrielle at Bitesize Irish took place on Thursday, 5 December at 20:00 Irish time! Watch it above!

P.S. What did you learn from this Q&A? Leave a comment below!

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2 thoughts on “Q&A Le Siobhán Agus Gabrielle – 5th December 2019”

  1. Dia daoibh,
    Will there be a new way to access the Crack Irish Pronunciation course? Has Gaeilge Gach Lá gone live?
    Nollaig Shona!
    Brian

    1. Brian, a chara,
      Tá brón orm faoin moill. I’m sorry about my delay in getting this information to you.
      The Crack Irish Pronunciation course is now only available through Bitesize Cúrsaí, as part of our membership.
      I’ve sent you an email about this also to explain it further.
      Go raibh maith agat!
      Gabrielle

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