Learning Irish in 2021

2021 promises to be a very exciting year for learning Irish! The Gaeltacht.net community of Irish learners continues to grow, and our live, online language classes are now available every day of the week. Free comhrá sessions for everyone continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you haven’t already registered in our language community, you can do so here…

A new term of 7-week online courses for all levels begins Monday, Jan 4th, which includes 2 new Introductory courses and a course in Irish songs! Of particular note are 2 brand new courses: Saol na Gaeilge, for anyone who would like to cover topics separate from the TEG curriculum, and A1/A2 Improvers for students who already have the language basics. All our classes take place via Zoom and are supported by audio clips and homework exercises.

Some of our courses are already full, so it’s best to book your place soon! Once again, we’re offering the 2-Course Special for all courses in Term 3 & 4. If you’re unsure about which class to join, see our Language Levels page. Still got questions? We have an online Information Session on Sunday, Jan 3rd at 1pm ET on Zoom – please contact us to receive the Zoom link.

A quick word about our recent Cóisir na Nollag – bhí sé ar fheabhas! Míle buíochas d’achan duine a tháinig agus a bhí páirteach. It was wonderful to have such a large celebration of ‘comhrá, ceol agus cultúr’ with all our teachers, students and community members. Feicfimid sibh arís go luath.

Gach dea-ghuí don bhliain úr/Best wishes for the new year!

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