How to speak Irish
Irish verbs in the present tense do not conjugate for each person. This means that the verb stays the same for I, you, he, they etc. This is similar to the case in English.
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Speak! Irish knows which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each topic consists of listening practice, a printable Irish-English lexicon and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your pronunciation compares with Irish native speakers.
Several days ago I received the new version of Teachman! Irish. It really great. I actually like this version better than the last.
It is more attractive because there is no error in the practice of pronunciation. The learning system is very good, very practical and enjoyable.
I am very satisfied with the course.
Go raibh maith agat, Slan!
Published on Sept. 17, 2013 by Xavier from Palma, Spain
This course is great! Love it, exept that I lost my copy of it when I had to move from one address to another. But other than that I learned a lot with it. I have some friends from Ireland, and they say that I almost speak it unflawed :)
Published on Nov 14, 2015 by Jimmi from Hillerød, Denmark
It is interesting and challenging.
Published on Oct. 31, 2015 by Romano from Italia, Italy
Excellent. Really enjoying it. Took me a few minutes to change the mother language from German to English but that was a laugh as well!
Published on May 11, 2013 by Dave from Dulverton, England
Product Name:Speak! Irish
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If your family spoke Irish in the past you might want to learn it and possibly teach it to your children. If your children are enrolled in an Irish medium school, learning Irish will allow you to follow their curriculum.
If you have Irish speaking friends, learning Irish will help you to communicate with them. If your friends speak Irish, learning Irish will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking.
Learning Irish will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Irish speaking areas.
Get by in Irish with these basic Irish words & phrases.
The man is old.
Tá an fear sean.
The houses are big.
Tá na tithe mór.
The girls are small.
Tá na cailíní beag.
The house is small.
Tá an teach beag.
The boys are strong.
Tá na buachaillí láidir.
The girl is small.
Tá an cailín beag.
The boy is big.
Tá an buachaill mór.
The horse is big.
Tá an capall mór.
Irish Gaelic is spoken by about 300,000 people in Ireland. Of those, roughly 75,000 have Irish Gaelic as a first language. Irish Gaelic is a celtic language related to Welsh, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish and Breton. more...
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