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Q&A Le Siobhán Agus Aisling – Thursday February 18Th 2021

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3 thoughts on “Q&A Le Siobhán Agus Aisling – Thursday February 18Th 2021”

  1. I suggest that the teaching sessions be recorded and be subsequently accessible. I unavoidably missed today’s session; and I would like to be able to access a recording of it.

    Martin Lyden

    1. Hi Martin,

      If you missed this month’s taster Beo call, you can always join in next month’s one. They are more interactive pronunciation workshops rather than teaching sessions, so recording wouldn’t really suit the format.

      Hope you can make next month’s call!

      Le meas,
      Aisling

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