The Irish Glance Card

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Tell us something.: I live in the six counties and in my late 60 begun to learn the language. Coming from the North it is Donegal Irish that I’m interested. When I was school age speaking Irish was not really promoted.
My aim is to hold a simple conversation on what’s happening around.

The Irish Glance Card

Post by kah22 »

I bought a copy of the Irish Glance Card but I'm finding it very difficult to find an online source that will explain it. The only one I've come across so far is a number of videos by Cumann na Gaeilge i mBoston · and while they are very good I'm seeking a written description of how to us it. I feel this would be of great help to me.

Has anyone her experience of using it?

As always many thanks for reply's and suggestions
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