Laoch Fiach wrote: »
ba mhaith liom níos mó gaeilge a fhoghlaim, tá mé ag freastal ar scoil fós ach ba mhaith liom mo gailge a úsáid freisin, cén topic a rachaidh mé má tá uaim é seo a dhéanamh?
N00dle wrote: »
I am also interested in conversation groups in the south dublin area if anyone can recommend one. Thanks
dlofnep wrote: »
Could we get the OP updated to include all conversational groups in every county? Would be a useful resource.
evie08 wrote: »
Sorry if its an obvious answer...but what does OP stand for??
craoltoir wrote: »
Ná bíodh aiféala ort faoi rud ar bith sa saol.
JohnnySideburns wrote: »
IRISH: A beginners’ Irish conversation group will meet in Coolock Library, Barryscourt Road, every Tuesday until the end of August. New members are very welcome. If you would like to join, come along on Tuesday from 11am to 12.30pm. For further information, phone 8477781.
IRISH: An Irish language conversation group has started up in Swords. The group meets every Tuesday at 8pm in the Carnegie Court Hotel. Whether you are a fluent Irish speaker or have just the 'Cupla Focal', this is a friendly and stress-free way of speaking the Irish language, in a social setting. All are welcome to come along. For further information, contact Dympna at 087-0566377.