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South Bay Irish Language Study Group Message Board Irish Study Resources › The History of Irish (Great for beginners)

The History of Irish (Great for beginners)

Terry S.
user 25793232
Group Organizer
San Jose, CA
Post #: 8
Here's a really set of videos in Irish (with English subtitles) that is quite funny, and also very informative:

Edit: Unfortunately the links are no longer available on TG4.

Scéal na Gaeilge - Episode 1
Scéal na Gaeilge - Episode 2

Each of the video links is actually 3 parts, but TG4 is a bit odd. You can't easily switch to the 3 parts. The video will do it automatically once you've watched each respective part. To skip ahead you'll need to use the video scrubber and click at the end of the video, then wait and it will load parts 2 and 3 respectively.

So in total, there are 6 parts to watch from the above 2 links. Quite enjoyable.
Terry S.
user 25793232
Group Organizer
San Jose, CA
Post #: 26
Here's another great video:

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