The Importance of The Irish Language.

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I had an Irish oral exam on Friday so, needless to say, I’d been practicing all week, trying to speak it around the house as much as I could. No one in my house could understand what I was saying, which is the norm as far as Irish is concerned, and I find that really sad. In case you weren’t aware, Irish isn’t a widely spoken language, though it’s compulsory to learn in schools in Ireland. Most people leave school and never speak it again. Irish is mainly only fluently spoken in a few towns and villages called “Gaeltacht areas” however, only 35% of people in these areas speak fluent Irish on a daily basis. Irish is our national language, it’s a unique part of our culture that sets us apart from other countries and it’s important that we keep it alive.

So many people complain about having to learn…

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One comment on “The Importance of The Irish Language.
  1. It’s the same over in Scotland….now in the Gaelic areas it’s a compulsory language….but in my Mother’s Day they were punished for speaking it in school!!😊

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