New Apr/May classes

New Intermediate and Ard Rang classes begin in April! 

‘A chairde, go raibh maith agaibh’ for already making 2013 such a remarkable year! In just three short months we have welcomed another Irish teacher to our team (Múinteoir Elaine), and launched our very successful ‘Seomra Cíbir’, or virtual classroom! Last month saw us host our first ‘Oíche Scannán/Movie Night’, and introduce a new 6-week course, titled ‘Gramadach 101’. There is plenty more to look forward to this spring, including another Irish language evening at the Irish Embassy, and a free introductory Irish class at ‘The Irish Walk’ in Alexandria.

Our next 6-week courses begin in just one month. Spaces are limited, so students are encouraged to sign up early…and everyone who registers by St. Patrick’s Day receives a special Irish gift!

All-new Rang 2 Intermediate Course

le Múinteoir Elaine

This entirely new course is designed for anyone who has completed the Rang 1 Introductory course, but not sitting a TEG examination in May 2013. Here you will build your vocabulary, conversation skills and confidence in speaking Irish. Course topics include School, Holidays and Irish Counties, as well as further work on prepositions. Includes online virtual classroom, An Seomra Cíbir.

Dátaí: An Mháirt Apr 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14. Am: 7:00 – 8:30pm, in Friendship Heights. CLASS FULL. To join the Wait List, click here and send us your details! 

Ard Rang
le Múinteoir Jennifer

Cúrsa 6 sheachtain i gcomhair mic léinn san Ard Rang agus éinne ag dul don scrúdú TEG i mbliana. Beidh muid ag clúdú topaicí a bhaineann leis na scrúduithe i Nua Eabhrac, Mí Bealtaine 2013.

Dátaí: Déardaoin Apr 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16. Am: 7:00 – 8:30pm, in Friendship Heights. Register / Cláraigh. 

Gach duine, tá córas clárúcháin TEG oscailte anois / Registration system is now open for TEG exams.

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