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Irish on Your Own: A Self-Guided Course in the Irish Language (Anglais) Cassette – Livre audio, 1 mars 1998

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent, both as a stand-alone package and as a supplement with a college level grammar course. Highly Recommended! 19 septembre 2016
Par Bhodi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This course is the best one that I've encountered. It is a well balanced conversational course that provides excellent tools for learning. After a year of studying a course in Irish grammar, I have progressed farther with the "Now You're Talking" course in a much shorter time. Learning pronunciation and practical usage has improved my understanding in the grammar course and I find that I am progressing more easily with both courses together.

I have tried on several occasions to learn languages (Latin, French and German) both in college courses and in self-directed study, and this course is the first that has opened the language up to me rather than presenting it as an obstacle to be overcome. I recommend this to anyone who has become frustrated with other programs as a way to really make progress in learning Irish.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 22 juillet 2016
Par W. H. Douglas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It exceeded expectations - highly recommended great addition (tapes) to the other components of the course
5.0 étoiles sur 5 excellent method to learn Irish Gaelic 10 juin 2015
Par Gindk - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an excellent method to learn Irish Gaelic. Book audio and video...
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent! 10 mars 2003
Par Sile Shigley - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is an excellent course, and the one that finally broke me through to a higher plane of fluency in Irish. It is refreshingly modern, lively, and easier to listen to than many other Irish courses I've tried.
Don't be scared off by Irish spelling--it's actually very regular, once you get used to all the "h"s!
It is very, very important to spend a good deal of time listening to (and speaking) the material for each lesson BEFORE reading and writing it. Fortunately, this course is put together in a way that makes this possible--the English translations are given on the tape right along with the Irish, so there's no need to have your nose in the book all the time.
Listening and speaking the lesson FIRST will steer you around the eyes-glued-to-the-page pitfall that sabotages so many language learners. Learning without looking at the book might be unnerving at first, but it is well worth the effort. As your ears and brain do what they do best, your comprehension and conversational confidence will soar; learning by ear first is actually the most important step you can take towards becoming a strong reader and writer of Irish.
Ádh mór--good luck, and many thanks to Éamonn and Deirbhile for this wonderful course!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Beginners Intro to Irish 30 août 2001
Par Robin N. Fingerson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Compared to most of the 'travel-focused' language courses available, Irish on Your Own is a welcome change. The lessons are clear, and build on one another very well; the examples in the book and on tape are presented in a normal, 'everyday' atmosphere. Many different speakers, and many examples of pronunciation on the tapes outweigh the lack of pronunciation guidelines in the book (while the english translation is always given, it's often hard to puzzle out just how bhfuil is pronounced 'will', for example.) It does make it harder to learn written Irish; however, this course is not meant to teach you anything beyond conversation, I do not think. New words are presented as part of normal conversations, and are introduced a few at a time, and they are presented at normal speaking speed. Many other taped courses leave the learner with a painfully slow understanding of the language, and they often cannot function in a natural conversation. This is not a problem with the examples on the tapes. The book does present some grammer, although it is very low-key. It also doesn't address spelling or other peculiarities of the langugage well. However, for a casual speaker, these are probably not necessary. If you are looking for an indepth, serious study of Irish, then O'Siadhail's 'Learning Irish' is a good, although more daunting, choice. Irish on You Own is in the Ulster dialect, but understanding the other two main dialects is not that difficult. The lessons do not point out the differences in most cases. I'd definitely recommend this. It was my first introduction to Irish, and I was comfortable with the language very quickly--enough to hold simple conversations with confidence in my pronunciation and ability to communicate. A wonderful choice!!
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