# Learn Irish

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The Irish For: Cockwombles and the decline of British insults
The Irish For: A Bloomsday Breakfast with extra Subh Milis on Father’s Day 2019
The Irish For: Is Ireland more progressive now because we didn’t have baby boomers?
The Irish For: Don’t Be Such A Gorilla-Whale-Daughter-In-Law
The Irish For: Let's settle the 'crack' versus 'craic' debate by looking at the evidence
The Irish For: Hiberno English is a feature not a bug
The Irish For: Did the Irish language influence the names of Gollum and the orcs in the Lord of the Rings?
The Irish For: Why do we remember things from TV and what does that mean for learning languages?
The Irish For: We are sometimes called Gaeilge Nazis which feels like a bit of a curse
The Irish For: In 1990 Germany got Athaontú (reunification) and Milli Vanilli were exposed for lip-syncing
The Irish For: The Irish language version of Wikipedia is going strong
The Irish for: Irish is the first language of the constitution. Here's some legal terminology as Gaeilge
The Irish For: The word Tory comes from the Irish word tóraí meaning a bandit or outlaw
Opinion: What does it take to raise your children through Irish?
The Irish For: Some older words don't exist in English - clochscríbhinn means an inscription on stone
The Irish For: While Europe was stuck in the Dark Ages - Ireland's Brehon laws were relatively enlightened
The Irish For: What does old Irish tell us about life in ancient Ireland?
The Irish For: Gender, LGBT and transitioning
The Irish For: How many colours can you remember?
The Irish For: Brexit and the rise of Hiberno-English
The Irish For... All the most important Christmas words (including Fairytale of New York as Gaeilge)
The Irish For: The word deatach, meaning smoke, also refers to the family huddled together around the fire
The Irish For: All the characters you know - good, bad or total craic vortex
The Irish For: As the nights are closing in - curl up by the fire and learn some winter words