Is the writing on the wall for the Irish language?

When you hear about the writing being "on the wall" for the Irish language, it's often about doom and gloom.

But in this video I talk about how more and more people are literally writing on walls in Irish and how this shows a newfound confidence in the language.

Watch my short video now to find out why I think it's easier than ever to write in Irish with confidence...

 

Leave a comment to let me know what you think too.

 


12 comments

  • Aontaím le JK. Is dubhshlán mór é go háirithe nuair atá na hirisí is tabhachtaí (Comhar, Feasta) faoi seilbh ag na gaeilgeóirí liofa. Dúirt Ó Caidhin, ‘Is gná Gaeilge briste a foilsiú ar dtúis’. Cá háit?

    Raphael Darcy (Rafael Ó Dorchaí)
  • Iontach Noeleen! Comhghairdeas faoin scrúdú – sin dea-scéal! Tá an-áthas orm go bhfuil GaelGram ag cabhrú leat an dul chun cinn seo ar fad a dhéanamh. Go n-éirí leat!

    Diarmaid Mac Mathúna
  • Good idea Micheál! Maybe projecting Irish onto walls could be something for around the St Patrick’s Day festival?

    Diarmaid Mac Mathúna
  • Fáilte romhat Jim! Sea, tá sé ag éirí níos éasca ach tá sé fós dúshlánach go leor… Rud maith go bhfuil áiseanna nua á fhorbairt go leanúnach agus feabhas ag teacht ar na háiseanna atá ar fáil cheana féin… Beir bua, Diarmaid

    Diarmaid Mac Mathúna
  • Grmma a Dhiarmuid
    Ta an feinmhuinin ag teacht buiochas le Gaelgram – d’eirigh me an scrudu B2 an bhliain aeo agus leanfaidh me ar aghaidh le cunamh dé ag ullmhú C1 – beidh an bothar fada 🤣☘️ (Taim i mo chonai sa Fhrainc)
    An bhuioch asat le Gaelgram
    Very motivational – maith thú
    Go n-éirí linn go léir

    Noeleen O’Brien

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