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Good sites for talking to others as Gaeilge?

So far Ive tried out Wespeke.com which I found to be very good apart from the lack of Irish speakers there but does anyone elsse know of any good ones?

2 years ago

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Try Facebook. I've found several pages and groups for Irish speakers and learners, including GaelSkype and the Irish Language Learner's Forum.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/KyledelPue
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No. However, I've found this website from another discussion that teaches Gaelic languages. I don't think that they have Irish, though. I do remember that they have Welsh, Cornish, Dutch, and Spanish. www.saysomethingin.com .

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/proinsias123

None of those languages are Gaelic.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Slothakiin

I don't know of any...but maybe you could post on here that you're looking for a pen pal! ^^

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/RichardMik2

I was recently on google play and i came across an app that was advertising "we welcome Duolingo learners" called WeSpeke. It's a chat room app designed to put you in contact with people who speak the language you're learning so you can practice using it. I haven't used it (yet) so i don't know if it is just text chatting or if it does audio as well, but it looked good.

2 years ago

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Italki.com offers the possibility to find contacts abroad. The communication is done via Skype. There are quite a lot of Irish native speakers there. You even have the possibility to book private language lessons with certified teachers.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dquedenfeld16

I tried setting up a forum for it a little while ago but I've since realized that such an environment won't work without a motivation to speak it. That partially why the Gaeltacht are shrinking, there is little market for Irish, but an enormous market for English.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/coconutlulz

Reddit has several Irish-speaking subreddits:

reddit.com/r/gaeltacht

reddit.com/r/eire

reddit.com/r/gaeilge

reddit.com/r/gaeilgechat

reddit.com/r/goidelc (this is more for Old Irish but modern Irish is accepted)

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