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Screw it: New English language lessons probably coming soon

(This post was published on April 1st. Yes, April Fools.)

After much soul–searching, Saša and I have come to a realization.

Helping to spread the Irish language to people who would otherwise never have spoken it isn’t viable. There’s a bigger trend that’s been obvious to us for several years now.

We accept, finally, that the English language has won.

England has tried for many, many years to convince us that this was the case. We’ve finally seen the light.

What use is it to teach people Irish Gaelic, when the world will work much better when finally everyone can communicate in one language? We’re only helping you waste your time learning a language that came about 2,000 years ago.

And how can we help the world?

We’re planning to soon launch a whole new service“English for the Unenlightened”.

One of our new planned lessons to help English language education.

This complete language course will (probably) cover the whole range of lessons for acquiring the English language:

  • Introducing yourself in The Queen’s English
  • It’s and its: its about time people get it right
  • How to incorporate English language practice in your every day life
  • Why English is far easier than any other language to learn

All that said, you thought learning Irish Gaelic was short-sighted? Learning English might not be that wise either. Chinese is the future, man.

Thanks for using our online Irish Gaelic lessons. We’ll leave them up for members, since what’s the point in deleting something that’s already been created.

(This post was published on April 1st. Yes, April Fools.)

12 thoughts on “Screw it: New English language lessons probably coming soon”

  1. Thank goodness it’s a joke!

    Because ahhh, I’m going to point out that it should be “you’re”, not “your” in the first sentence! Ha ha.

  2. ROFL … You got me!!!

    Thank goodness it is only an April Fool’s prank. 🙂

    As I was reading I was looking for a flight so I could come over and try and convince you both not to cave in to English. LOL

    Have a fantastic day all!!


  3. The point in learning to become fluent,Eoin, proves that the Sasanach never killed the Gaelic language! Go n-eirí an bother leat.
    Tony Monahan

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