New September Courses!

A chairde, tá súil agam go bhfuil sibh ag coinneáil slán sábháilte/I hope you are all keeping safe!

I want to let you know that new (online) Irish courses for September onwards are posted at LetsLearnIrish.com/cursaí. These 7-week courses cater for Introductory, A1 (Beginner), A2 (Elementary) and B1 (Intermediate) levels. Now is a great time to plan for a course for the upcoming school year, and perhaps even work towards a TEG certification in June 2021! If you have any questions or course suggestions, please let me know, or come along to our Free Starter Class next week.

Our online language resource, Gaeltacht.net, continues to grow, with regular comhrá sessions and another Oíche na mBall/Members’ Night on July 31st at 6pm ET. All these activities are free, and it would be great to have you join us!

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