Module 1: Introduction to the Irish Language - Directions | en - 429 - 37045
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    Phil R.
    GB
    Phil R.

    typos, typos, typos ar aghaidh (opposite, in the face of) not ar aghaidg - and should be followed by a comma in that sample sentence; also not arghaidh! The Hilton Hotel is on the corner of O'Connell Street. This course is in serious need of proof-reading (but I don't see a way to edit my own comments, so Diolúin may be similarly stuck with the first version) Arbh fhéidir linn (not inn) - could we (why not use the simpler An féidir linn, can we, with learners?) ar thaobh an láimhe deise (on the right hand side) - space between láimhe (genitive of lámh, hand) and deise (deis, right)

    Amy S.
    GE
    Amy S.

    wooow what's up with chapter 5?! So long!!

    Mayla S.
    US
    Mayla S.

    No comment

    Elizabeth E.
    US
    Elizabeth E.

    Agreed, too hard for beginners. Can't grasp what is being said or how. And I'm Scottish of Irish linage.

    曉鳴 林.
    CN
    曉鳴 林.

    Too hard for zero starter

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