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Cultúrlann uí chanáin

Focloir

Conversation Irish

Irish Dictionary

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Irish Verb List

Irish Place Names

Logainmneacha

The Family

Basic Irish for Parents

Tin Whistle

The Irish Proverbs

Irish Wisdom

Irish Language You Tube

‘Faoiseamh a Gheobhadsa’ 

 

                    Aimsir na Nollag 2015.

                            Na bac le mac an mhacaigh is ni bhacaigh mac an machaigh leatsa

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (1)..

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (2)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (3)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (4)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (5)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (6)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (7)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (8)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (9)

Cultúrlann uí chanáin (10)

Our FatherPrayer in PDF   MP3

Hail Mary Prayer in PDF    MP3

Google Translate

This translates English into Irish 

Irish Verd & Irregular    Ulster

Annals of the Four Masters

Visit Derry    Visit Inishowen   Visit Donegal    Places to Visit

LEARN IRISH

1    2    3    4    5       7    8    9    10    11    12    13    14    15    16   17   18    19    20    21    22    23    24    25    26    27    28  

Liam O Maonlai      1    2    3   4    5    6    7

Speak Irish Now

http://www.eirefirst.com/

http://www.eirefirst.com/lessonintro.html

http://www.omniglot.com/language/colours/irish.php

http://www.bitesize.irish/                     Bitesize Irish

http://www.irishgaelictranslator.com/lessons/

http://homepage.eircom.net/~eofeasa/

http://www.irishpage.com/irishpeople/

http://www.daltai.com/                       New York Irish Site

http://www.irishlanguage.net/

Irish Crossword Puzzle

Irish Word a Day

Irish Proverb a Day

Dictionaries

Focal – Online Irish dictionary with over 325,000 terms.

Irish English Dictionary – Over 26,000 words and put into context.

English to Irish Gaelic Translation web site

English to Irish Gaelic Dictionary

Pronunciation Database – Correctly Pronuncation of Irish Words

Basic Irish Language Index

Grammar

Gramadach na Gaeilge – Irish Grammar

Irish learning websites

Liofa

Talk Irish – includes MP3 course, games, downloads, blog, word of the day and more.

Daltaí na Gaeilge –  a website based in the USA with resources on the Irish language

An Luibin- fortnightly newsletter from Australia

TV & Radio

http://www.rte.ie/tv/turasteanga/learning_irish.html           RTE Television Lesson 1

http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/irish/blas/learners/

http://www.gaeltalk.net

Tuairise - Internet Newspaper

TG4 – Irish language television station

RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta – Irish language radio station

BBC Blas – Arts, music, TV clips, radio, learners resources and much more for adults and children

Blas BBC Guides

NÓS   NÓS is an online culture and lifestyle magazine in Irish.

Meon Eile is an web portal which gives particular insight into life in Ulster.

News & Media

Nuacht 24 –  News in Irish.

Beo – ‘Beo’ meaning ‘live’ is a news resource in Irish with phrases translated into Irish

Irish Language Organisations

Foras na Gaeilge –  an organisation responsible for the promotion of the Irish language in Ireland.

Oideas Gael –  provides courses in the Irish language and Irish culture

Exams

BBC Bitesize GCSE Irish –  Practice the sections of the exam with revision pointers.

Skool.ie – Leaving Cert exam resources.

Beginner Irish

Talk Irish

Giota Beag Level 1 – BBC’s beginner Irish podcast series

Giota Beag Level 2

Giota Beag Level 3

Books

Litriocht – Buy Irish language books online

Irish fonts                                           

Irish Words    More Words     More Irish Words    Word list   More Words

 Videos        

 yu ming is ainm dom  Irish Video  

 

Is náisiún gan teanga náisiún gan anam

 

The Irish Alphabet consists of 23 letters

a á b c d e é f g h i í l m n o ó p r s t u ú 

You will notice also that there are 5 unique letters in the Irish Alphabet; á, é, í, ó and ú. They are known as fada vowels. Fada, meaning long, indicates how the sound of the letter is pronounced for a little longer than their regular vowel equivalent. It is important to note that fada vowels are distinct from their equivalent regular vowels. Slender vowels are i,e and the broad vowels are a,o,u.

 

 

Other sites of interest        

http://www.focal.ie/en/

http://english.glendale.cc.ca.us/gaelic.html   Basic Irish

http://www.irish-sayings.com/cats/introducing/wherefrom/    Irish Sayings

http://www.gaelicmatters.com/famous-irish-sayings.html#1to10  Irish Sayings

http://www.independent.ie/life/family/learning/learn-irish-with-liam-o-maonlai-26460087.html

http://www.rte.ie/easyirish/index.html  

http://www.ibiblio.org/gaelic/celts.html

http://www.easyirish.com/

http://www.tearma.ie/Home.aspx

 

PDF

Videos of Irish Interest