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You see it everywhere. It seems that everyone these days is in love with Duolingo. In fact, I think it may work just fine for languages that have a wide pool of native and fluent speakers from which to draw, as well as a significant body of good written and spoken examples on line. I even think that, at a certain level, it can be useful for Irish learners. Yes, most of these mistakes eventually get corrected, but not before some beginners have picked them up and internalized them. Language learning by consensus is an iffy proposition to begin with, and when it becomes a popularity contest, accuracy flies out the window.

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You see it everywhere. It seems that everyone these days is in love with Duolingo. In fact, I think it may work just fine for languages that have a wide pool of native and fluent speakers from which to draw, as well as a significant body of good written and spoken examples on line. I even think that, at a certain level, it can be useful for Irish learners. Yes, most of these mistakes eventually get corrected, but not before some beginners have picked them up and internalized them.

Language learning by consensus is an iffy proposition to begin with, and when it becomes a popularity contest, accuracy flies out the window. Unlike many other languages, Irish has a fairly small pool of native or fluent speakers , and relatively few of those are likely to be hanging out on Duolingo There are some there. I know because I know them.

But do you? In addition, much of the Irish on the web both written and spoken is pretty poor. This makes it more difficult for programs that are dependent on input from knowledgeable individuals to provide a solid learning experience.

It is now out of print, alas. This is the course I recommend most frequently for beginners. The pronunciation is mainly Ulster, but other dialects are also represented. All the recordings are by native speakers. Pronunciation is based on the Connacht dialect , but the grammar is based on the official standard. It was originally developed by a teacher to help parents and grandparents help their children and grandchildren who were learning Irish at school. This course also includes games , which may be attractive to people who enjoy the games on Duolingo.

You can check it out at the link below:. It also includes a grammar database , which is very useful as you get into more complicated sentences. I offer this link with a slight caution. Remember…just because a person is from Ireland does not mean that he or she has good Irish! If in doubt, ask! The original Irish-pronunciation synthesizer! It does do better with single words or simple phrases than it does with whole sentences , however.

Irish language television! This is a wonderful boon to learners, as you can start by watching shows with the English subtitles and, once your Irish is a little stronger, watch the shows with the Irish subtitles then watch them with the English subtitles to check your understanding. Later on you can do the same with no subtitles, checking your understanding against the Irish or English version.

Irish language radio! Turn it on and listen as you go about your work. Enjoy Irish! This little book is a must-have for any serious Irish learner. Skip to content You see it everywhere. The site is nicely laid out, with text, audio, and video all grouped together by lesson. Progress In Irish This little book is a must-have for any serious Irish learner. Post to Cancel.

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It was an Irish-language learning programme, illustrated by William Bolger, and first published in a three volume series by the Stationery Office, Dublin , Ireland , in The more recent re-prints are accompanied by a CD. Copyright is now held by Foras na Gaeilge. The show was designed to appeal to young viewers, and was lively and humorous. The programme catered to people with little or no Irish. It is also the title of a series of 3 books which contain the programme material, including the cartoons, the spoken Irish words and the English and Irish text.

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