"A great way to learn; it's fast and it lasts".' - The Daily Telegraph
'Five minutes into the first CD, you already feel like you're winning.' - Time Out
'Michel Thomas is a precious find indeed.' - The Guardian
'Thomas makes it simple' - Sunday Times
Looking for a convenient language course that fits your lifestyle and gets you speaking a new language in a matter of hours? The acclaimed audio-led Michel Thomas Method,
endorsed by celebrities,
executives and learners worldwide,
will deliver the results you want.
Start Irish is about getting Irish under your skin instantly,
getting you to speak fluently,
with all the punch and vigour of a native speaker,
as soon as your first few words.
You learn through your own language,
so there's no stress,
and no anxiety. You'll stick with it because you'll love it.
Why is the method so successful?
The Michel Thomas Method was perfected over 50 years by celebrated psychologist and linguist Michel Thomas. This unique method works with your brain and draws on the principles of instructional psychology. Knowledge is structured and organized so that you assimilate the language easily and don't forget it. The method breaks down the language into building blocks that are introduced sequentially in such a way that you create your response and move on to ever-more-complex sentences. There is no need to stop for homework,
additional exercises or vocabulary memorization,
so you progress rapidly.
Don't be tied to chunky books or your computer,
Michel Thomas Method audio courses let you learn whenever you want: at home,
in your car,
or on the move.
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About the Author
Patricia MacEoinis a freelance translator who teaches Irish to public sector workers in the workplace,
in addition to evening classes for those individuals who need to pass state exams for professional development. She has also spent three years in Brussels working as an Irish language translator at the European Commission.; Eilis Ni Dhuill is a lecturer and Irish language teacher at the Welsh and Celtic Studies Department,
Aberystwyth University. As well as lecturing in Gaelic literature,
historic and contemporary,
she is also involved in the development,
modernisation and delivery of a number of undergraduate Irish language modules.