March 17, 2019

Art Ó Súilleabháin, Fulbright learning and teaching assistant for Modern Languages and Literatures, published commentary in the Washington Examiner about his story of speaking Irish and his family moving back and forth from Ireland to Boston.

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There is a language called Irish, Gaeilge, or Gaelic. It is not a version of English as spoken by Irish people — rather, it is one of the 10 oldest languages in the world still spoken, even though less than a million people speak it.

 

Read more at The Washington Examiner.

 

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