Learning the Irish language is easier if you have someone to practice. We acknowledged this issue over than a year ago and started working towards building a strong community with online practice tools.
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We all have reasons as to why we’re called towards a certain journey. If you’re interested in learning to speak the Irish language, it’s interesting to ask: Why did this journey choose me? Should I try to ignore its calls, or accept that it’s part of me?
Do you ever set out to do something but not actually achieve it in the end, and worse yet you beat yourself up about it? This is audio content. Play the episode using the player above. And then take WOOP My Irish Language. Well, a lot of people tell us this about learning the Irish …
We have different reasons why we choose to learn Irish Gaelic or any other new language. We might want to learn more about the culture, dwell into great stories of that nation or simply to get closer to your heritage. But are there any reasons to learn Irish more important than others?
When they start learning a new language or a new skill, people have different tactics of approaching such an important task. Are there any steps that everyone can take without making any mistakes? Probably not. But everyone needs to start somewhere.
Depending on your need or passion to learn a new language, practicing is a big part of the learning process. As you may know, Irish Gaelic is one of those languages that doesn’t seem too friendly at first but when you start to practice it daily, everything changes and the learning process moves along smoothly. …
Teachers have some of the most challenging jobs out there but they still manage to do it with a smile on their faces. It’s amazing how they find the resources to teach children when they are underpaid and undervalued. Dr. Matt Wallen, the principal teacher of Limerick School Project is one of these great people. His passion to …
TG4 is Ireland’s national Irish language television station. You can watch it even with you non-smart TV using the Chromecast device. Read on for details.
Do you feel like you “should” be learning the Irish language, but never get around to it? This podcast episode (in English) is about breaking down your daily Irish language habit into such small pieces that they should be easy to do. These ideas come from the excellent blog AJATT: All Japanese All The Time.
David White has a great interest in his Irish heritage. He got sucked into the challenge of speaking some Irish Gaelic! Hear this interview with him, where he shares his positive attitude that makes it possible for him to keep learning a new language.