It includes a page with learning resources, including short video clips, listening files, grammar and discussion questions and transcriptions of the video and sound files.This site contains information concerning the Teastas Eorpach na Gaeilge (European Framework Exams), including syllabi, exam subjects, class notes and sound files for listening exercises, as well as links to several other sites.
A digital version of the dictionary (called Win Gléacht) is available on CD-rom and can be purchased online.
Abbreviations in the dictionary are given in English (e.g. The publisher An Gúm has produced a series of specialist dictionaries on subjects including music, names of plants and animals, home economics, health and psychology, geography and planning, biology, dairying, agriculture, science, business studies, computing, occupations, technology, and literary criticism.
You can listen to a word in three dialects (Connacht, Munster, Ulster).
This website is a resource of translators of Irish.
The book is now out of print, making this an invaluable resource for students of Modern Irish. The authors guide the learner through the basics of Irish pronunciation and grammar. Also inserted into the file is the excellent Gael-Linn sound recording made for the book.
It is recommended for dedicated beginners, and it will improve the Irish of intermediate and advanced students. the course was based on a series of RTÉ and BBC television programmes, but it is possible to benefit from the book and recordings without this series.
in 2013, aims to provide comprehensive coverage for every entry, illustrated with examples to give context to the Irish equivalents.
The dictionary also contains grammatical information and sound files.
It contains electronic versions of Seán Mac Maoláin's books Lorg an Bhéarla and Gàidhlig agus Gaeilge in the section Athchló as well.
The site also offers vocabulary lists arranged according to subject, as well as a forum in which members (mostly professional translators) can exchange advice.
If you are searching for new terms, you may find useful as new terms are entered more regularly into that site.