Irish Language

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Irish is a vernacular language that has derived from Celtic roots, much like the Scottish Gaelic, Manx Gaelic, and Welsh languages. It is believed that all of these languages branched off from a Common Celtic language ("Foras na Gaeilge -The Irish Language - History", n.d.).

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Irish LanguageGaelic LanguageKassandra AlseptAIU OnlineAbstractThis paper reflects on the history of the Irish language and its dialects. This paper also visits the Latin languages impact on Western languages. Gaelic LanguageIrish is a vernacular language that has derived from Celtic roots, much like the Scottish Gaelic, Manx Gaelic, and Welsh languages. It is believed that all of these languages branched off from a Common Celtic language ("Foras na Gaeilge -The Irish Language - History", n.d.). It is hard to determine when the Irish language actually began, but experts hav

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