Irish language pop ups bring speakers together worldwide
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The founders of the informal Pop Up Gaeltacht nights were reacting to reports that the Irish language was dying. They wanted to show that learning and using the language was worthwhile and actively in use. Expecting fewer than 50 people at the first event, the venue was so crowded that the more than 250 strong crowd spilled out onto the sidewalks and streets. As well as encouraging regular public use of the language, the events add a festive, social aspect to an activity that many people already take part in at home and amongst friends. So far, events have also…
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