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  • Ta me ag foghlaim Gaelge - where are the fadas!

    And also, what is the plural for 'fada'? If I had known I would have tried to write my first topic heading in Gaelic. I can get the fadas in my word processing programme, but they don't translate online. I've wanted to learn Irish all my life, but one thing or another always seemed to...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte learners (Forum) by Mary Lea on Tue, Apr 14 2015
  • Tú nó Sibh

    I have arrived at a point of confusion.... I have understood, from all the conjugation tables I have seen, that tú is "you" singular and that sibh is "you" plural (or "yous" as it is sometimes written or spoken). However, in Ceachtana 58 of Buntús Cainte ,...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte learners (Forum) by Dale D on Wed, Jul 2 2014
  • Learn Irish with Buntús Cainte on your iPad - award-winning new app!

    Really excited to say we released our Buntús Cainte Irish Course for Beginners last week. Most of you know we've been working on this iPad app for over a year. But it's finally out there! On release last week, it hit the number 1 slot in the Irish education category and hit number 20 in...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte learners (Forum) by michelle on Wed, May 7 2014
  • Re: First lessons

    The quiz on our interactive Buntús Cainte course can display that message for a number of reasons. First, if you start a lesson and complete any portion of it, the quiz will recognise the questions that you've attempted, or skipped past, and will remember those actions. Second, you must always...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte learners (Forum) by michelle on Thu, Jul 26 2012
  • Buntús Cainte interactive course - shortlisted for award!

    We're really excited to announce that our interactive online course has been shortlisted for a prestigious international award at the Celtic Media Festival . Buntús Cainte has been shortlisted for the Kieran Hegarty Award for Interactivity, alongside some great productions from the BBC and...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte (Weblog) by michelle on Wed, Mar 7 2012
  • Top tip - How to scroll back or forward through a lesson

    When using our course, you can 'replay' audio files, and move forward through the course. However, you can also go 'back' to a previous screen in any lesson - or 'fast forward' to a later screen. To do this, you click and drag the slider in the navigation bar at the bottom right...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte (Weblog) by michelle on Wed, Feb 15 2012
  • Re: Introduction

    Mgran, a chara, we're so pleased you're enjoying Buntús Cainte 1! We'd love to do Buntús Cainte 2 and 3 as interactive courses, but it takes a lot of time and resources, so we're trying to see if we can get this going!
    Posted to General (Forum) by michelle on Fri, Dec 23 2011
  • Buntús Cainte on iPad with iOS 5

    We've discovered that iPads running the latest iPad system update (iOS 5) will not display the lyrics from our Buntús Cainte MP3 course. This appears to be a bug in Apple's update and is affecting not just Buntús Cainte, but any file that uses the lyrics function. Right now we're...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte learners (Forum) by michelle on Tue, Dec 6 2011
  • Re: Buntús Cainte - Lessons 1-20

    A Dale, a cara, Here is something I've started doing: Each time a new word is introduced, I look at the picture, of course, and listen to the word. Once the computer is silent, I keep looking at the picture and saying the word out loud myself. Nothing special about that, eh? But next, I use my mouse...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte learners (Forum) by e4enviro on Sun, Nov 6 2011
  • Buntús Cainte - MP3 Course - Learning Method

    You can use Buntús Cainte in any way you want to help you learn Irish. However, each lesson is designed to be completed one day at a time. You should study at your own pace. A lesson might take you five minutes, or it might take you a couple of hours. New words and phrases The first part of the...
    Posted to Buntús Cainte (Weblog) by michelle on Wed, Aug 31 2011
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