Upcoming in March 2020

Would you like to learn Irish or perhaps build upon the language skills you already have? If so, you’re in the right place – we have a bunch of new classes and events coming up next month!

For the complete beginner, we have a 7-week Introductory course starting online on Sunday, March 8th. If you’re curious and want to learn more, then please sign up for our Free Online Class that takes place on Sunday, March 1st at 12pm EST.

If you already have a solid foundation in Irish, then perhaps try out our A1 (Beginner) class, available both in Washington DC from Wednesday, March 4th and online from Saturday, March 7th.

A new A2 (Elementary) course begins on Thursday, March 5th in Washington DC and online on Saturday, March 7th. This term we will be covering the following topics: Clothes and shopping, Planning holidays, Directions, location and movement.

For those at B1 (Intermediate) level, tosaíonn ranganna nua Dé Luain, 2 Márta, agus don téarma nua beimid ag díriú isteach ar: Cúrsaí siopadóireachta, An duine, Coinní agus socruithe.

TEG Exams in DC 2020
It’s that time of the year again when we get to measure our learning progress! If you’re interested in sitting a TEG examination in 2020 and earning an internationally-recognized qualification, then please fill out our brief survey by Sunday, March 1st. Read more about TEG in Washington DC here.

Social Events
To support your learning outside of classes, wherever you might live, be sure to sign up to our online community, Gaeltacht.net, which will be returning soon! Washington DC students can avail of Cór DC and Comhrá DC groups to keep their language skills sharp. For further updates and local plans around St. Patrick’s Day, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter agus Instagram!

Upcoming Classes in March:

Free Introductory Class, Sun, Mar 1st. Register here.

7-week Introductory: Sun, Mar 8th online

7-week TEG A1: Sat, Mar 7th online / Wed, Mar 4th Washington DC

7-week TEG A2: Sat, Mar 7th online / Thurs, Mar 5th Washington DC

7-week TEG B1: Monday, Mar 2nd online

Sign up for 2 courses at a discounted rate here

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