Irish Language (Gaeilge)

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                         Hello Fada, its Renata !

  Our Fifth podcast series.  We begin with simple notes for those curious about the Irish language.  If you are considering taking a formal class, these shows will be helpful too.  In the first season episodes we speak with Renata, who teaches a class in Irish, at the local Irish Center.  She is session leader for season one.

  These first episodes are not intended as formal instruction in the language.  They are intended to inform and entertain, while taking your first look at Irish.  We also note some cultural experiences as we go along.

  I have prepared a companion booklet along those lines for those interested. (in progress).


                           Family Names

  I have always had an interest in Irish family names appearing in old annals. The spelling and grammatical rules can change, depending upon the century in which the surname was written.  That is one of the reasons I was very happy to have Renata volunteer her time for this series.

                              Contact Us

  Feel free to call and leave a message if you would like to comment on the show at  (816) 256-3360.  You can also leave your message for broadcast at that number.

  Drop me an email if you have a mind too.


                   Amateurs & Veterans

  Illustrations of the guests, authors, co-hosts, and historians we have interviewed over the years can be seen at http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/102/155/

                                                   - Mike O’Laughlin

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Teaching in the

Irish Language was Forbidden.


The Hedge Schools were, at First, all taught in Irish Gaelic.

Your Host Renata

    Hello Fada

      curious notes

       on the Irish Language

Sample Podcast

Numbers...

(One)   A haon 

(Two)   A dó

(Three) A Trí

How Are You ?

Conas Atá tú?


Hello

Dia Dhuit

Renata has an Irish jewelry business  where you may contact her directly: ‘Irish for Treasure’ :

About Renata:

Bio for Renata

Our Songs in Irish and English !

Ogham is the first written language found in Ireland.



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Our Songs in Irish:

Roisin Dubh

Oro Se do Bheatha ‘Bhaile

Sadhbh Ni Bhruineallaig

An Raibh tu ar an gCarraig

An Bhruacha Na Laoi

(see Irish  Song &

        Recitation Podcast)

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