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Learn to talk about arrangements and give commands, whilst discovering the role of women in Irish myths and legends.
Develop your Irish language skills whilst discovering Irish culture with Dublin City University.
Build on your existing knowledge of the Irish language and culture; cover topics like giving directions and making arrangements.
Learn to talk about occupations, daily life and personal skills in this third introductory course on the Irish language.
Develop your ability to speak and write in the Irish language and learn more about traditional Irish culture and mythology.
Continue on your Irish language journey and explore conversational themes and gain new insights into Irish culture and language.
Learn about the rich culture found in the Irish language while developing your spoken, reading, listening and writing skills.
Discover the wonders of the Irish language and the rich history of Irish culture in this language course for adults.
Find out how to speak, write and understand basic words, phrases and dialogues in Irish.
Delve deeper into Irish language and culture. You’ll explore past and future tenses - plus new subjects, like food and drink.
Deepen your understanding of Irish culture and language, exploring new conversational subjects such as the family and pastimes.
Discover Ireland's journey to the modern day. Explore key events from early settlement to the Irish fight for independence with Irish history courses.
Learn how to speak Irish and explore the culture and traditions behind one of Europe’s oldest living languages with these online Irish language courses.
Get an introduction to Ireland’s culture by learning the basics of the Irish language.
Discover medieval Ireland using the Book of Kells, a ninth-century manuscript featuring the four gospels of the new testament.
Discover Britain's industrial heritage and learn about the lives of British railway workers from 1840-1914.