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Irish FAQ: The Irish Language [3/10]
Section - 2) Tell me about introductory Courses to the Irish language.

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	NOTE: Additional information is available in the file
	RPAYNE1 TYIG via the LISTSERV@LISTSERV.HEA.IE with command
	GET RPAYNE1 TYIG


	Údar        : Mícheál Ó Siadhail
	Teideal      : LEARNING IRISH
	Foilsitheoir : Yale University Press -New Haven and London
	ISBN         : 0-300-04224-8


	For the accompanying tape set (four cassettes);
	Teideal      : LEARNING IRISH CASSETTES
	ISBN         : 0-300-04340-6
	NOTE: Irish lessons to be used with above texts are available in
	the file IGSTENS1 TYIG via the LISTSERV@LISTSERV.HEA.IE with the
	command GET IGSTENS1 TYIG


	As a learner, you might consider a set of cassettes and booklet
	titled BUNTÚS CAINTE.  They come in three levels.  This is
	convenient as you don't have to purchase all three at once.  It
	is recommended that you use BUNTÚS CAINTE for pronunciation in
	combination with PROGRESS IN IRISH.


	Údar        : T. Ó Domhnallain
	Teideal      : BUNTÚS CAINTE Vol.(1, 2, or 3) Book and Cassettes
	ISBN         : X50153, X50154, X50155


	Údar        : Máiréad Ní Ghráda
	Teideal      : PROGRESS IN IRISH
	ISBN         : X71212


	Conradh na Gaelige (The Gaelic League) welcomes all who are
	interested in learning/preserving Irish.  They can be contacted
	at the following addresses.

		12 Sillogue Rd.
		Dublin 11
		Ireland
		Phone: +353-1-842-9372


		6 Sráid Fhearchair
		Dublin 2
		Ireland
		Phone: +353-1-475-7401, [book shop +353-1-478-3814]


		Gaelic League
		Pittsburgh Branch
		P. O. Box 97742
		Pittsburgh, PA 15227-0142



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Ivan Brookes
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I'm looking for information regarding navigable waterways for a 44' fly bridge cruiser for corporate entertainment such as the big horse racing events. I've searched the internet and book stores here in Walws without success.

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Ivan Brookes

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