BBC hosts a section for Irish language learners on their site.
The Radio Lingua Network offers language learning Podcasts for those with little time to study – one minute and coffee break lessons. Enhanced features available for a fee.
“Livemocha allows people around the world to help each other with language learning, and provides our community with opportunities to learn and practice new languages together.” Your writing and voice recordings in the language you’re studying can be corrected by native speakers with a simple click of the mouse, and you will be asked to […]
Digital Dialects has lots of animated activities and games that are intended to provide a relaxed way of acquiring basic language skills, and a great break from the books! The activities vary from language to language.
Word Champ provides the ability to create online flash cards for vocabulary study. Browse and copy other users’ flash cards, create your own, or use ready-made lists. There are several drill types to choose from, so you can use the same vocabulary over and over in interesting ways to maximize retention.
Visit Omniglot for information about the writing system for this language and many others, including designed languages like Klingon. Each page includes the full alphabet or syllabary for a particular language, plus a pronunciation guide in the International Phonetic Alphabet and transliterations of sample text into the Roman alphabet.
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The Evergreen Library has resources for those interested in Irish, check them out! Language Study Sound Recordings: Language instruction tapes. Other Sound Recordings: Music and audio books on CDs, tapes, and LPs. Video Recordings: Films and television specials related to Ireland and Irish culture. Dictionary/Phrase-books: Irish-English/English-Irish. Culture: Electronic resources, sound recordings, and videos as well […]
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta has recordings of broadcast radio shows in Gaeilge (Irish). Requires RealPlayer to listen.
Daltaí na Gaeilge offers free resources for Gaeilge (Irish) language learners. Among their offerings you will find grammar, articles, a forum, and a list of events nationwide.