All dialects of Irish belong to a single language, the Irish language (Gaeilge). Being dialects, it means that each region might have a different approach to saying certain phrases. There are also varying accents. But don’t be fooled – you
The short answer is: no, there isn’t. In the Irish language, we have three main dialects: Ulster Connacht Munster Those are provinces in Ireland. The fourth is Leinster. It’s along the east coast of Ireland. It’s where Dublin is located,
Short answer: yes indeed. Longer answer: Back years ago, you may only have understood people in your region, without learning to understand other parts. Then along came media including Raidió na Gaeltachta. Unlike many languages where people want to speak
It’s fact that across Ireland, the communal language is English. That’s what we fight against with Bitesize Irish Gaelic. It’s what you can have an effect on by showing an Irish person in Ireland that you can speak some Irish!