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Irish Revival Marches On,
This review is from: Learning Irish: Text: An Introductory Self-tutor (Yale Language) (Paperback)
A very good publication which I bought originally in 1993 for private study. It has very detailed grammar in the later Chapters which are not for the faint-hearted. Other reviewers have suggested a 'lighter' book for beginners. I agree entirely.
The book concentrates on the Connacht dialect but gives differences between that Dialect and that of Munster in its ample appendices. I advocate regular viewing of Telefis Na Gaeltachta(TNaG)or listening to Radio Na Gaeltachta(RNaG) to increase exposure to the Munster and Ulster Dialects.
11/07/09. Pleased to report that the book and CD version is now available with a different cover. More strength to the Irish Language.