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Complete 0 to A1 Irish Course

Hi Irish learners! 😊

Welcome to the Complete 0 to A1 Irish Course. This course is designed for complete beginners and will help you reach the A1 level in no time.

In this course, we will cover the following topics:

  • Greetings and Introductions
 - Basic Greetings
- Introducing Yourself
  • Basic Sentence Structure
 - Subject-Verb-Object
- Negation
  • Numbers and Time
 - Numbers 1-20
- Telling Time
  • Questions and Answers
 - Question Words
- Answering Questions
  • Family and Relationships
 - Family Members
- Relationships
  • Possession and Pronouns
 - Possessive Pronouns
- Object Pronouns
  • Food and Drink
 - Common Foods
- Drinks and Beverages
  • Verb Conjugation
 - Regular Verbs
- Irregular Verbs
  • Hobbies and Activities
 - Sports and Fitness
- Arts and Entertainment
  • Adjectives and Adverbs
 - Descriptive Adjectives
- Comparative and Superlative
  • Travel and Transportation
 - Modes of Transportation
- Travel Vocabulary
  • Prepositions
 - Common Prepositions
- Prepositional Pronouns
  • Weather and Seasons
 - Weather Vocabulary
- Seasons and Months
  • Irish History and Culture
 - Overview of Irish History
- Irish Music and Dance
  • Irish Literature and Folklore
 - Famous Irish Authors
- Irish Myths and Legends

By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation in the Irish language, and you will be able to communicate in a variety of everyday situations.🍀

➡ If you have any questions, please ask them in the comments section below. 😎

Table of Contents - Irish Course - 0 to A1[edit source]

Greetings and Introductions

Basic Sentence Structure

Numbers and Time

Questions and Answers

Family and Relationships

Possession and Pronouns

Food and Drink

Verb Conjugation

Hobbies and Activities

Adjectives and Adverbs

Travel and Transportation


Weather and Seasons

Irish History and Culture

Irish Literature and Folklore

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