Learn Irish quickly

Irish software & Audio CD

Irish software & Audio CD

linguashop

Language Courses

Free Irish lesson

The Irish word for 'their'

The Irish word for their is a. The word a prefixes the letter n- to nouns which start with a vowel.

Examples of using the word 'their' in Irish

a leaba
their bed
a leabhar
their book
a gcistin
their kitchen
a n-iníon
their daughter
a dteach
their house

Learn Irish quickly

Learn Irish the easy, fun and fast way. This method provides everything you need to have you speaking in a matter of days. Easy to use software supported by an Irish Audio CD and a book give you the freedom to learn wherever you like – at home, in the car, around town. Whether you’re a complete beginner or have already studied some Irish, you’ll be astonished just how quickly you learn!

Included in the course

  • 1 CD Rom with software
  • 1 Audio CD in Irish Gaelic
  • 1 Small book of stories in Irish Gaelic
  • Bonus: Irish Gaelic PDF workbook, Irish Gaelic PDF grammar and 1 additional language of your choice for free

Key Features

  • Effective way to learn Irish vocabulary
  • Easy to use
  • Irish talking dictionary
  • Drag and drop stories
  • Runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP
TeachMe! Irish

Like us on Facebook and save 10% on your purchase.

Irish dictionary

Reviews for TeachMe! Irish

Product Rating
Brilliant learning material

I have never learned Irish before, but I found myself to be absorbed more and more. This product enables me to gain knowledge and skills as I enjoy it. Irish pronunciation is very complicated, but I can check how close mine is to proper Irish. The price is more than reasonable for there is a book, a CD-ROM, and an Audio CD.
more...

Published on Aug. 18, 2013 by **** from ****

Product Rating
Really learning -> Quite surprised

I worked quite a lot with the course. I lost interest after a while so I stopped for a couple months. I then decided to give it another try and was surprised at all the stuff I remembered. I think I'll stick with it this time.
more...

Published on March 30, 2015 by Patrick from Fort Morgan, United States

Product Rating
Making good progress

I'm really making good progress with TeachMe! Irish

Published on Nov 16, 2013 by Marc-André from Germany

Product Rating
Great

This is the only software program I know of for teaching Irish Gaelic, and it certainly does a good job. The vocabulary and grammar are quite thorough.

One of the most important features is the extensive reference section. I would certainly recommend this program to anyone wishing to learn Irish Gaelic.
more...

Published on Jan. 11, 2013 by Rick from United States

Product Details

Language:

English

Product Name:

TeachMe! Irish

Average Customer Review:

4.8 out of 5 stars

(out of 88 reviews)

Popular Reasons why people learn Irish

Impress people

Knowing Irish will certainly make you stand out in a crowd. If you've just met someone who speaks Irish, you can make a good impression on him or her by learning Irish.

Personal development

Studying Irish can improve your memory and slow age-related decline. Bilingualism enhances mental abilities in both children and adults.

Friends

If your friends speak Irish, learning Irish will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking. If you have Irish speaking friends, learning Irish will help you to communicate with them.

Free Irish Lesson

Your English language skills

We want our site to be perfect and perfect means having the site error free in 19 languages. Help us do this and we'll give you a free Irish course. Simply read this page and send us the corrections to any errors, spelling mistakes or typos you can find on this page. You can contact us by clicking 'Contact' in the menu bar above.

Basic words and phrases in Irish

Get by in Irish with these basic Irish words & phrases.

The boys are strong.

Tá na buachaillí láidir.

The horse is big.

Tá an capall mór.

The houses are big.

Tá na tithe mór.

The man is old.

Tá an fear sean.

The girl is small.

Tá an cailín beag.

The men are old.

Tá na fir sean.

The horses are white.

Tá na capaill bán.

The girls are small.

Tá na cailíní beag.