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eBook Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners (Teach Yourself Books (Lincolnwood, Ill.).) ePub

by Joseph Sheils,Diarmuid O Se

  • ISBN: 0340564903
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Joseph Sheils,Diarmuid O Se
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ntc Pub Group; 2nd edition (June 1994)
  • Pages: 316
  • ePub book: 1281 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1365 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 716

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Diarmuid O Se; Joseph Sheils Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners (Teach Yourself Books (Lincolnwood, Il. ISBN 13: 9780340564905. Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners (Teach Yourself Books (Lincolnwood, Il. Diarmuid O Se; Joseph Sheils.

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Functional and fun, this course offers full pronunciation guides, grammar summaries .

Functional and fun, this course offers full pronunciation guides, grammar summaries, dialogues, cultural notes, vocabulary charts, and irregular verb tables. Categories: Linguistics\Foreign. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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Diarmuid O Se and Joseph Sheils have created a practical course that is both fun and easy to work through.

This is a complete course in spoken and written Irish. Start by marking Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners (Teach Yourself) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Diarmuid O Se and Joseph Sheils have created a practical course that is both fun and easy to work through. They explain everything clearly along the way and give you plenty of opporunities to practice what you. This is a complete course in spoken and written Irish. If you have never learned Irish before, or if your Irish needs brushing up, Teach Yourself Irish is for you.

This course in spoken and written Irish for beginners is based on the functional objectives of the Council of Europe. A mix of cultural aspects are used as a vehicle for learning. The complete course includes a C90 audio cassette.

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Are you looking for a complete course in Irish which takes you effortlessly from beginner to confident speaker? .

The course is structured in thematic units and the emphasis is placed on communication, so that you effortlessly progress from introducing yourself and dealing with everyday situations, to using the phone and talking about work.

This course in spoken and written Irish for beginners is based on the functional objectives of the Council of Europe. It uses everyday situations for dialogues and exercises which put the emphasis on practical use of the language. A mix of cultural aspects are used as a vehicle for learning. The complete course includes a C90 audio cassette.

Comments

Hǻrley Quinn Hǻrley Quinn
The first 25 pages containing guidance on pronunciation had been torn out which made the book virtually useless. The rest of it was in bad repair.
Mikale Mikale
If your whole intention of learning a new language is to memorize phrases that will get you by when you are travelling, then this book is adequate. However, if you really want to learn how a language is structured, forget this book. Learning the basics of grammar i.e. verb conjugation, etc. is fundamental and to me, the obvious starting point. It is of little benefit to memorize how to say "Excuse me, but where might I find the secretary?" if I don't even know which word is the verb or which word is the subject. The tapes do not necessarily follow the exercises in the book, so I got lost rather often. One advantage, though, is that the tapes are spoken clearly, and it would not take a person very long to catch on to the pronunciation (once you've memorized how to say "Thank you for your hospitality, Miss O'Donnell.")
Kulafyn Kulafyn
The colleague who reviewed this book before me, said that this is the book to start with. I agree, but I would definitely like to add that more is needed if you are heading for the Gaeltacht. The grammar part is not as extensive as it should be, and there are large section of grammar which are not highlighted as they should be even in a beginners book. When you have mastered this one, you should try Mícheál Ó Siadhail's "Learning Irish", which makes no concesions to the more or less hypothetical standard language, which is preferred by Diarmuid Ó Sé.
Skyway Skyway
Having a grandmother from Co. Cork in Ireland, I have always been interested in the Irish language and speak it well . Irish is not an altogether easy language to learn, and this book certainly doesn't help. The conversations are unnatural, the vocabularies are messy and the grammar is hardly explained at all. Bascially, this book encourages you to memorise phrases, not to actually learn to talk on your own. Ironically, there used to be another Teach Yourself Irish by M. Dillon, which was much better on teaching Irish.
Do learn Irish, but avoid this book. My first recommendation would be "Learning Irish", followed by "Irish on Your Own". They are both superior to this book in every way. Another noticable point. The Irish taught in this book is a stilted language, removed from the native speakers, while both the other books are based on Irish as it is actually spoken.
Fenrikree Fenrikree
Irish is an extraordinarily difficult language to learn. To the English speaking learner, the written form of it bears little or no resemblance to how it sounds. As a result, you need to hear the language to learn it, and luckily this book comes with a cassette. If you want to get to grips with the basics of Irish as it is spoken today in Ireland, then this is a great place to start.
Ganthisc Ganthisc
The grammar is explained very clearly, and the companion tape is to explain how Irish is to pronounce. The Irish used in that course is very up to date; I think it's the best course of Irish, provided, of course, that you aren't an absolute beginner.
Cordabor Cordabor
This edition is good as an introduction to the language. The pronunciation guide is extensive, that is why it is imperitive to make sure you get the audio casettes also. Further lessons are needed to firmly grasp the grammar and build a vocabulary. To reccomend another book for those who wish further study, try Micheal O Siadhail's Learning Irish. Be sure to get the book and audio casettes.
This book is a good introduction, though to grasp the hard pronunciation I would strongly reccomend getting the audio casettes as well. For those looking for further study, I would recommend Micheal O Siadhail's Learning Irish book and audio casettes. This edition includes an extensive vocabulary list, as well as a simple Irish-English/English-Irish dictionary.