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31-08-2018, 01:31   #1
candlegrease
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Hi all,

Would be great to hear of any learning resources for Irish. I particularly like podcasts, be they specifically to teach Irish with translation etc, or even just podcast discussions in Irish if they are not too advanced/speaking too quickly.

Also would like to hear of any books or poetry that might be good to read for a (somewhat rusty) intermediate learner.

Thanks
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Hi all,

Would be great to hear of any learning resources for Irish. I particularly like podcasts, be they specifically to teach Irish with translation etc, or even just podcast discussions in Irish if they are not too advanced/speaking too quickly.

Also would like to hear of any books or poetry that might be good to read for a (somewhat rusty) intermediate learner.

Thanks
For someone with an intermediate level of Irish, the best way forward is to join a conversation group.
It will bring all that Irish you learnt years ago to the fore over a period of one to two months if you attend once a week.
Taking an active part in using the language is the best way to get your linguistic skills up and running.



If you want to improve further, read simple stuff such as Dúnmharú ar an Dart with a dictionary/app to hand.
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