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If you wish to meet with other speakers and practice your Irish, but you don't want to leave your house, this is the solution! Stay at home and chat with us!
We will have two levels available throughout the year. More information and information on registration can be found here: http://www.comhralecheile.net/session-options-and-registration.htmlNon-Credit available.
Beginner, advanced beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes offered at locations in the Boston area (dependent upon interest and instructor availability). See cumann-na-gaeilge.org for more information.
We at Cumann na Gaeilge want to share the Irish language with as many people in the greater Boston area as possible. Our teachers are adept at working with students at all levels and we are flexible in allowing our students an ability to decide which group fits them best. During the first two weeks of any course, students can adjust their placement or withdraw.Non-Credit available.
Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Irish in and around the Boston area.
Currently holding classes in Brookline, Dorchester, and West Roxbury.
Email or visit our website ardteangadhuchais.org for more information.Non-Credit available.
Teacher: Dr. Kathryn ChadbourneCredit and Non-Credit available.
The Irish Cultural Center and Elms College are pleased to offer a range of Irish classes for the 2015/2016 academic year. In addition, this partnership is again successful in bringing to campus our sixth consecutive Irish Language Fulbright Teaching Assistant, Síle Dolan, who has a B.A. in Irish and French from National University of Ireland in Galway and has completed her work for an M.A. in Irish Language from University College Dublin. She brings a great deal of talent, enthusiasm, and experience and will help us showcase and develop the language in our community.
Síle will teach the Intermediate: Advanced class, which may be taken on a credit or non-credit basis, on Wednesday evenings. In addition, members of the ICC will instruct non-credit courses.
The ICC does have funds that have been provided by donations in memory of John Johnson. If you are aware of anyone who would like to study the language and might need some assistance, please call the ICC at 413-265-2537 for details.
ICC members receive a discount on class tuition. Learn more about each class and download the registration form. Or call the Registrar’s office at 413-265-2314.
If you have any comments or suggestions, or would like to become a member of the Irish Language subcommittee of the ICC, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.Non-Credit available.
Info available at: www.hcc.edu.Non-Credit available.
Má tá suim ag duine ar bith sa Ghaeilge, thig leo scríobh chugam ag úsáid an seoladh ríomhphoist thuas. Tá MA i Nua-Ghaeilge agam ó Ollscoil na hÉireann i nGaillimh agus ba bhreá liom caint le duine ar bith a bhfuil suim sa Ghaeilge acu.
If anyone has an interest in Irish, they can write to me using the above e-mail address. I have an MA in Irish from the National University of Ireland.Non-Credit available.
Ár dTeanga Féin, has a new semester of classes. Whether you are a beginner or fluent speaker, we have a class we think you'll enjoy.
This vibrant and compelling language brings a new depth of understanding to the history and culture of Ireland and classes make use of classical literature, poetry, and song.
Please visit our website for more information: www.adtf.org/index.html.
Instructor: Susan Gallivan (email@example.com)