Starting today, only the Irish language version of placenames will be on the road and street signs in Gaeltacht areas of Ireland. The removal of
Month: March 2005
For the past 80 years Ireland has compelled students to study Irish, yet the decline in its use continues. Should the Republic abandon the policy
The Belfast Telegraph reports amazing growth in Irish language medium schools in Northern Ireland. Great news on St. Patrick’s Day Eve.
A report stated said that many pupils haven’t even attained basic fluency in Irish despite being taught the language for 13 years. We heard much
“Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat.” Actually there are some benefits to Guinness
The North County Times has a nice feature on the efforts to revitalize the Hawaiian language, particularly as a medium of education. Our college’s director,