Rang Comhrá Gaeilge Conversational Irish Class


Rang Comhrá Gaeilge

 Cuireadh deireadh don’t tséasúir seo leis an dara  rang comhrá Gaeilge abhí ar siúil in- Ionad Muirí & Oidhreachta na gCealla Beaga.

 Bhí freastal an mhaith ar an rang, cúig  dhuine dhéag ar  an mheán gach seachtain.   Bhain chuile duine sásamh as an rang agus chuir siad uilig barr feabhais ar a gcuid Gaeilge labhartha.

  súil acu teacht le chéile go neamh-fhoirmiúil uair sa mhí mar chiorcal comhrá ins na seachtainí seo amach romhainn i n-óstán Bay View. ( Am & dátaí le socrú).  Beidh fáilte roimh aon duine gur mhaith leo an cúpla focal a chleachtadh. "Labhair í agus mairfidh sí".

Tá moladh mór tuilte acu sin uilig a d’fhreastal ar na ranganna agus mar aitheantas as a dtiomantas agus a ndúthracht, thairg stiúrthóir Oideas Gael scoláireacht seachtaine do dhuine as an rang. Bhronn an teagascóir  Méabh Mhic Gairbheith an scoláireacht ar Phroinsais Ó Cuinn. Beidh sé ag dul go Gleann Cholmcille i mí Mheitheamh.

Conversational Irish Class

 The second conversational Irish class ended for this season last week. The class was held weekly in the Killybegs Maritime Heritage Centre.It was well attended with an average of 15 people each week. The class was enjoyed by all and this contributed to their fluency of the spoken language.

 Members of the group hope to come together informally once a month in the next few weeks for a conversational circle in the Bay View  Hotel (times & dates to be confirmed). Anyone wishing to improve on the cúpla focal is welcome to join.

 All those who attended the classes deserve great praise and  to their delight, in recognition of their dedication and commitment, the director of Oideas Gael offered one person from the class a week long scholarship to Oideas Gael. The class tutor Méabh Mhic Gairbheith  presented the scholarship to Francis Quinn. He will attend Oideas Gael for a  week in June.







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