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Grúpa na Gaeilge


Grúpa na Gaeilge

This group is for all those who wish to learn the Irish language with me. I am not a fluent speaker but someone who is in the process of learning myself. It is my hope that we can become an interactive group so we can all progress together.

Members: 62
Latest Activity: Feb 23, 2014

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Click here for Irish/English dictionary
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Discussion Forum

Useful Irish Sayings

Started by Robert Brady. Last reply by Anomaly Jan 11, 2009. 22 Replies

Lets gather some useful Irish sayings that we can use to make another set. I'll offer the first one:Is fearr Gaeilge bríste ná Béarla clista!Even broken Irish is better than clever English!Continue

Photos and captions as Gaeilge

Started by Robert Brady. Last reply by Alexandre Boulet May 14, 2008. 40 Replies

This should be a really fun exercise. Post a photo of whatever you want and give it a caption in Irish. Comments are encouraged. You can post as many photos as you like but post each one seperately…Continue

Fáilte go Grúpa na Gaeilge

Started by Robert Brady Apr 28, 2008. 0 Replies

I just wanted to take this opportunity to welcome the newest members of Grúpa na Gaeilge; Ima_Ozzy, Leonardo Perin, Auds, and Tainara Duarte. It's nice to have you as members and I hope that you find…Continue

Ordering Food and Drink

Started by Robert Brady Apr 22, 2008. 0 Replies

Lets assemble a list of terms that we would use to order food and drink Bia agus deoch. This would come in handy when visiting taverns and restaurants in the Gaelteacht.Lets start with this one:Gabh…Continue

Greetings and salutations as Gaeilge

Started by Robert Brady. Last reply by Robert Brady Apr 21, 2008. 32 Replies

Dia dhuit ar maidin! God be with you this morning!Let's start a thread consisting of greetings and salutations. Post one greeting and one salutation as Gaeilge (in Irish) and its literal…Continue

Terms of Endearment

Started by Robert Brady. Last reply by Robert Brady Apr 20, 2008. 6 Replies

Lets assemble a set of Terms of Endearment. These are very useful phrases to learn and ones that we can use on our family and close friends. They might also be perfect captions to use in the Photo…Continue


Started by Robert Brady. Last reply by Deragon Pierre Apr 11, 2008. 1 Reply

Here are the links that we will all need for our studies:Blas - Giota Beag…Continue

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Comment by Kelia McCormick on May 30, 2013 at 6:21

Ta oiche lovley chlann! Sp?

Comment by Grant Smith on September 12, 2012 at 12:26

I'd love to! I've been trying to learn Irish for awhile, I am a member of a local Irish speakers group but I'm just at the beginning of the road and I've missed out on a lot of group meetings over the past few months because of other obligations..

Comment by Seamus Choilm Chille on September 12, 2012 at 3:45
Well, I guess the group died again. Anyone want to revive it?
Comment by Kate on October 22, 2009 at 2:41
I just joined the group and am very interested in learning Irish. I can't wait to get started!
Comment by Vidal on July 15, 2009 at 18:40
Hello! May I? I don`t have any previous knowledge of Irish...
Comment by Siusan O'Rourke & Zig Zeitler on July 14, 2009 at 21:53
Do you know of any really good Immersion courses that do not trample over raw beginners?
Comment by mrbaxteria on May 31, 2009 at 3:35
This is amazing. I am taking one lesson at a time. I think it is easier to understand Gaelic now.
Comment by Tim on April 6, 2009 at 11:22
Ta me go hiontach.
Comment by Seamus Choilm Chille on April 6, 2009 at 3:51
Bhuel, a Mháire, I'm doing better only because I have been studying for a long time. Long enough that I really should be proficient by now, but my practice has been too on and off, and I lack people to speak Irish with, which would really help.

It really won't take you long at all to catch up with me, assuming you study and practice regularly.
Comment by Seamus Choilm Chille on April 6, 2009 at 3:45
Dia 's Muire dhuit, a Tim. Tá mé go breá, agus tú féin?

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