Let’s Learn Irish Profiled on Polyglossic!

Gach duine, today we are featured on Polyglossic, a popular blog about languages and language diversity! This is an excellent introduction for any friends who want to learn (and hear) more the Irish language. You will find the full article and audio clip here: http://bit.ly/MDLUfL.

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