Watch back February’s Live Q&A with Aisling and Siobhán above!
Here are some notes and links from the Q&A:
- Irish phonetic alphabet:
- Immersive experiences:
- Information on the history of the Irish Language among the Irish diaspora:
- Gaeltacht Thuaisceart an Oileáin Úir: post-territorial Irishness and Canadian multiculturalism
- Language, Translation, and the Irish theatre diaspora in Quebec
- Irish emigrants’ autobiographies, such as A Thig Ná Tit Orm, by Maidhc Dainín Ó Sé.
- Deciphering Irish spelling:
- Crack Irish Pronunciation, part of Bitesize Cúrsaí.
- Leighleat.com, a site with both text and audio.
- The many different means of “for”:
- An Fáinne
3 thoughts on “Q&A Le Siobhán Agus Aisling – Thursday February 18Th 2021”
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.
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!
I would like to sign up with Bitesize Irish a I would like to learn the language, but don’t know what sort of cpu programs or equipment I need to be able to do that. What do I need? I have a computer with Windows 10 and a microphone/headset.