Irish Grammar-Gramadach na Gaeilge is the Irish language app that Irish teachers, students and enthusiasts have been waiting for. It is a must have app for Leaving and Junior cert students to master their grammar in the run up to exams.
You can learn grammar rules section by section and then test yourself at the end. It’s an ideal app for the classroom that teachers and students alike can download and use at their own pace. Its interactive element will give students immediate feedback. At the end of each quiz students will be given a summary and explanation of their answers. The timing aspect of the quizzes allows students to feel time pressure as they would in a real exam.
It is the first interactive app of its kind, with over a 1000 grammar exercises that both primary and secondary students can use in the classroom and at home.
Each grammar topic is split up into its own section, where it is explained. You can study the grammar rules by each tense or topic with grammar exercises at the end of each section, with an ULTIMATE QUIZ of 50 questions at the end.
This app isn’t just aimed at students; it’s a fun app for anyone of any age to download to brush up on their Irish grammar.
The final section includes useful phrases and seanfhocail.
The past tense
The present tense
The future tense
The conditional tense
Lenition & Eclipsis
Enjoy the app and have fun learning the Irish language.
Small changes to the iPad User Interface
Ratings and Reviews
This app is brilliant, would highly recommend it for anyone learning the Irish language. It is extremely helpful and easy to follow. Dennis, if you keep your finger on the vowel, various options appear, including the fada, this works for me!
Good app but something wrong with the fadas
Is maith liom an app seo, but when I try to place a fada over a vowel, the app crashes. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong. I use a bluetooth keyboard with my iPad. The way I insert a fada is to go "option+e" then the vowel. How would the fadas work with the iphone and standard USA iPad keyboard? I've tried "á" as well to place a fada above an "a", but then the program marks the answer wrong.
Tá an app seo go maith. Is brea liom.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.