History[ edit ] From the creation of the Irish Free State in , successive governments were committed to promoting the Irish language, with separate teaching materials in each of the three living vernacular dialects. Official publications were often issued with Irish translations, including the texts of all acts of the Oireachtas parliament. On one hand, the shrinking of the Irish-speaking areas over the past two centuries means that where there was once a continuum of dialects from one end of the country to the other, the dialects are now each geographically isolated. On the other hand, national TV and radio stations have increased certain types of mixing between the dialects in recent decades, reducing the differences. One was to create a standard written form that would be mutually intelligible by speakers with different dialects.
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Irish Grammar App — Gramadach na Gaeilge May 28, Irish Grammar App — Gramadach na Gaeilge is an exciting new app available on both iTunes and android platforms — the app that Irish teachers, students and enthusiasts have been waiting for.
A must-have app for Leaving and Junior cert students to master their grammar in the run up to exams. You can learn grammar rules section by section and then test yourself at the end. Its interactive element will give students immediate feedback.
At the end of each quiz students will be given a summary and explanation of their answers. The timing aspect of the quizzes allows students to feel time pressure as they will in the real exam. It is the first interactive app of its kind, with over a grammar exercises that both primary and secondary students can use in the classroom and at home. Each grammar topic is split up into its own section, where it is explained. You can study the grammar rules by each tense or topic with grammar exercises at the end of each section.
The final section includes useful phrases and seanfhocail. Wicklow who teaches Irish and Business to honours classes from 1st to 6th year, along with providing one-to-one tuition. She has a B. Ed , all from University College Dublin. The app covers:.
Irish Grammar App – Gramadach na Gaeilge
Gramadach na Gaeilge