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Irish language resources online Posted by on Jun 23, 2021 in Culture, Irish Language

Dia daoibh!

Conas atá sibh? Tá súil agam go bhfuil tú go maith. How are you all? I hope that you are well.

Today I wanted to share some resources online with you to help with your Irish language journey.

Irish language TV online

Irish language radio online

Watching TV or listening to the radio online are some of the best ways to learn a language. If you’re also able to watch something that you’re already familiar with in English, then it will be that much easier for you to begin to make connections between the two languages.

Irish language hub

Through here, you will be able to access news and events, as well as search for Irish language jobs! Some events include weekly conversation circles, weekly online classes, and more.

There is also a list of books that are perfect for adult learners. Or, just like above, you could try re-reading books in Irish that you are already familiar.

Transparent Language Online

There are hours of lessons available on Transparent Language Online, and the above link is to a free 2 week trial. If you want the capability to learn Irish (as well as over 100+ other languages) online for free all year long, check out if your library offers Transparent Language Online!

Then you will have access to numerous activities to practice your new vocabulary, such as this unscramble activity below.

Photo taken by me.

A glance card 

For grammar, I suggest a glance card which contains all the basics of Irish grammar “at a glance”. It is a great Irish language study aid that features the conjugations of the 11 irregular verbs, 33 regular verbs, prepositional pronouns and lots more.

Here’s a youtube video featuring how to use a glance card. 

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I am curious as to what you use to help you on your language learning journey, so feel free to leave a comment below and share with everyone!

Lastly, I want to share a song in Gaeilge from the Irish group Seo Linn. It is based off of the Irish proverb:

“Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine” 

“We are shielded from the sun by each other, we rely on each other for
shelter.”

Go n-éirí an t-ádh libh go léir, good luck to you all! Tóg aire a chairde. 

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About the Author: Bridgette

Just your average Irish-American Italo-Francophone. Client Engagement for Transparent Language. Wannabe Digital Nomad.


Comments:

  1. Cathy:

    To honor my Irish roots, I am interested in getting this expression tattooed on my arm: Under the shelter of others, people survive. My cousin in Ireland said this is the Irish translation: Faoi dhidean a chiele, maireann daoine. Is this correct? Want to get it right, obviously!


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