Learn To Speak Irish
Online Irish Lessons With A Native Irish Speaker
I have taught lessons to students from over 50 countries,
in six continents.
Allow me to introduce myself…
Gaeilge ‘Irish’ Language Of The Gael
The Irish language “Gaeilge” is the daily spoken language by the people who live and work in the Gaeltacht regions. Language and landscape in the Connemara Gaeltacht reflects the accumulated wisdom of past generations.
I am inextricably linked to this wisdom, culture and landscape. “Three generations of Irish speakers living together under one roof, the Irish language was alive and well.”
What Do I Need To Start Using Skype?
All you need to get up and running with Skype is an internet connection. Learn Irish on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Get a 30 MINUTE FREE TRIAL LESSON With No Obligation. Take it to the next level with Skype Irish languages lessons. Each Skype Irish lesson lasts for 45 minutes. You will be more fluent and confident after each lesson.
Fáilte! My name is Paraic Donoghue and I was born and raised in the Connemara Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) on the West Coast of Ireland. My first language is Irish Gaelic and I am deeply rooted in the traditions of my upbringing in Connemara, one of the most pristine areas in Ireland.
My vision is to ensure aspiring Irish speakers from all over the world can help the language take its rightful place as one of the world’s greatest languages.
Start Having Real Conversations In Irish Today
If you’re living, travelling or moving to Ireland, learn to speak Irish. Are you a beginner? On your first day I will teach you how to read and say your first words. Intermediate student? We will see together where you want to improve: grammar, listening comprehension and conversation. Advanced student? I will work hard to bring your Irish level as high as possible. Sign-up today for online lessons. Go raibh maith agat.
Here you’ll find testimonials from my students from all around the globe!
Open Your Mind To New Attitudes And Experiences In Irish
“There can be no greater delusion than to imagine that a language can be kept alive alone by teaching. A language can have no real life unless it lives in the lives of the people.” Eoin Mac Neill