Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners (Teach Yourself)

Irish A Complete Course for Beginners Teach Yourself This is a complete course in spoken and written Irish If you have never learned Irish before or if your Irish needs brushing up Teach Yourself Irish is for you Diarmuid O Se and Joseph Sheils have c

  • Title: Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners (Teach Yourself)
  • Author: Diarmuid Ó Sé
  • ISBN: 9780844238005
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is a complete course in spoken and written Irish If you have never learned Irish before, or if your Irish needs brushing up, Teach Yourself Irish is for you.Diarmuid O Se and Joseph Sheils have created a practical course that is both fun and easy to work through They explain everything clearly along the way and give you plenty of opporunities to practice what you leThis is a complete course in spoken and written Irish If you have never learned Irish before, or if your Irish needs brushing up, Teach Yourself Irish is for you.Diarmuid O Se and Joseph Sheils have created a practical course that is both fun and easy to work through They explain everything clearly along the way and give you plenty of opporunities to practice what you learned The course structure allows you to work at your own pace, arranging your learning to suit your needs.

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  • 263 Comments

  • I didn't think I could handle this one, and I find that I'm right about that. I really only wanted to know how to pronounce the names. It takes long enough to learn that Siobhán O'Laoghaire is simply "Sean O'Leary," not S O'L.


  • Clear and concise, the CD that comes with this is also so very, very helpful. Irish is one of the hardest languages, purely on a phonetic level and this helps a great deal with pronunciation.


  • nwhytevejournal/1441816mlNot knowing much else about Irish, it's difficult for me to judge how well Ó Sé and Sheils cover the subject. I thought it was a decent and mostly engaging course of 21 lessons, and can only blame myself for the long time it took me to get through the final two, on the conditional and past habitual. (I turned to the BBC to keep my momentum going.) It is a bit irritatingly scrappy in places - answers which don't match the exercises, illustrations which are too blurry or [...]


  • Got this for Christmas and working through it. I love investigating languages, although I've enver mastered one besides English.


  • Go raibh maith agat, Darmod! I have to mark it as "read" althought I am more continuosly reading it in order to improve my knowledge of the language


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