Irish language classes starting in January

From: Moss
Sent on: Friday, December 9, 2011 10:43 AM

This just came in from Caera Aislingeach, a member of the Celtic Reconstructionist Movement:

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I will be teaching Irish Language Classes for Beginners, on Wednesday evenings
in 2012, beginning Wednesday, January 4th.  Classes will run from 7pm to
8pm.  Cost is $40 for the month of January paid in full (at the first
class), or $15 per drop-in.  I will be providing materials for at least the
first few classes; you will want to bring a notebook and a pen, and if
you'd like you may bring a recording device if it is nonintrusive.  This
class will go over reading and pronunciation, but will have a focus on
speaking Gaeilge as a living language.

There are no prerequisites.  If you have never tried to learn any Gaelic
language ever, you are welcome to take this class.  If you have tried a bit
on your own but not gotten very far, you are welcome to take this class.
If you had some a long time ago but would like a refresher, you are
welcome to take this class.  If you have Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig), but no
Irish (Gaeilge), and would like to fix that, you are welcome to take this
class.  If you can already converse fluently as Gaeilge, please email me at
[address removed] and we can talk about setting up a conversation group
(and you are probably well beyond this class).

Classes will be held at Edge of the Circle (bookstore), on Capitol Hill in
Seattle.  Their full address is 701 East Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122, and
phone number for the shop is [masked]-1999.  Classes will be held in their
meeting room downstairs.

If you have any questions about the classes themselves, please feel free to
contact the teacher at [address removed] .  Thank you.


And please feel free to forward this message to any people, groups, or
lists who you think would be interested. :)  Or, feel free to suggest web
sites to me where it would be appropriate for me to post this (remember,
I'm still relatively new to Seattle, so I probably have not already heard
of/thought of it).

Thank you!

hugs,
Caera

 

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