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11-01-2019, 13:46   #1
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Dubbed Irish tv shows

dia dhuit

Just a quick question, can anyone recommend any tv shows that are dubbed or fully in Irish?

I do watch Ros na Rún a bit but I was looking for something more in the line of Anime or animation. Just something leaning towards a slightly more adult audience, but that the language is simple enough that I can keep up.

thanks in advance!
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13-01-2019, 06:41   #2
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dia dhuit

Just a quick question, can anyone recommend any tv shows that are dubbed or fully in Irish?

I do watch Ros na Rún a bit but I was looking for something more in the line of Anime or animation. Just something leaning towards a slightly more adult audience, but that the language is simple enough that I can keep up.

thanks in advance!
I haven’t seen anime on TG4 but below is one animation that is aimed at adults but has advanced language.

http://www.tg4.ie/ga/clair/an-beal-bocht/
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13-01-2019, 08:02   #3
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Dia as Muire daoibh.

I'm a beginner. I suspect that a decent strategy (for me anyway) is to
1. Record any programmes that may be of interest to me.
2. Play. Attempt to obscure any English sub-titles with sheet of paper at bottom of TV screen.
3. Listen and repeat silently to self, pause.
4. Replay as often as is necessary.

The different word order between Irish and English makes viewing the sub-tltles very distracting.

Interested to hear of any other strategies.

Ádh mór oraibh!
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Dia as Muire daoibh.

I'm a beginner. I suspect that a decent strategy (for me anyway) is to
1. Record any programmes that may be of interest to me.
2. Play. Attempt to obscure any English sub-titles with sheet of paper at bottom of TV screen.
3. Listen and repeat silently to self, pause.
4. Replay as often as is necessary.

The different word order between Irish and English makes viewing the sub-tltles very distracting.

Interested to hear of any other strategies.

Ádh mór oraibh!
Good plan - I found watching TG4 very helpful learning the language
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13-01-2019, 19:25   #5
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Clar "an klondike" ar netflix i mbearla ach nil ios agam ceard a bhfuil an chlar i ngaeilge. Is e clar an a mhaith agus feicim me aris nuair a ios agam conas a bhfaccan e i gaeilge.
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Má fhéachann tú ar na cláracha ar an seinnteoir ar-líne, is féidir na fotheidil a mhúchadh.

You have the option of switching the subtitles off when you view on-line.
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Jokes aside, but Spongebob on TG4 is very good for picking up some usefull conversation skills and as others say just cover the subtitles
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