Language

Irish Language III: Intermediate (Spring 2020) - Online

New class! For those with some basic knowledge of the Irish language, designed to further students' vocabulary and understanding.

Details

$190 general / $160 members
Date(s)

Apr 23, 2020 – Jun 10, 2020

5:30pm

Contact

Box Office

866-811-4111

info@irishartscenter.org
Location

Please note this class is being offered online. 

We are excited to offer classes online via the Zoom platform, a widely used, simple to download, and free application that works well for online learning. After you register for your class you will receive a link and instruction for how to download the program and use your online classroom.  Laptop, desk computer, or tablet, with video and audio ability required. 

Overview

New class added!



Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith, Thursdays, 5:30pm - 7pm

8 weekly sessions beginning Thursday, April 23, 2020

Please note this class is being offered online. 

For those with at least two prior semesters of Irish language or the equivalent. Students may want to take this course a few times to strengthen vocabulary and their understanding of Irish.


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