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Learn the Irish language: Is leat is féidir!

Níl tú róshean nó ró-óg í a fhoghlaim!

Your instructor, Pól Ó Murchú, is the author of 

A Grammar of Modern Irish

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Learn the Irish language: Is leat is féidir!

Níl tú róshean nó ró-óg í a fhoghlaim!

Your instructor, Pól Ó Murchú, is the author of 

A Grammar of Modern Irish

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Fúinn féin

Irish as it's spoken naturally, "béarladhíonach"

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The sign above would have the word úsáid spelled correctly if the translator had gone to An Teangaleangalann to study Irish.

The best teacher you could find

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At An Teangaleangalann, you would learn why a more Irish translation would be Fáilte go Luimneach, cathair cois abhann

Learn the Irish language using an educational service that strives to avoid using Béarla as a crutch. 

All different levels

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Lig do scíth agus éist, agus beidh tú ag caint sul i bhfad. 

You can learn to speak the Irish language, no matter what your background is.


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