Survey of Continental European Speakers and Learners of Irish

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A chairde,

You are invited to take part in a study of Irish language learners and speakers in continental Europe. The study focuses on what motivates Europeans to learn Irish, their experience as learners and speakers, and on their opinions regarding the language itself. This research is being conducted as part of an M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics at Trinity College Dublin.

All European learners/speakers of Irish living in continental Europe are eligible to take part in this study as long as they were not born or raised in Ireland.

Anybody who is interested in supporting this study and sharing their thoughts is asked to please complete the anonymous survey that is linked at the bottom of this message.

The survey is written in both Irish and English and can be completed in either language. It consists mostly of multiple-choice questions and should take a maximum of 20-30 minutes to complete.

Anybody who takes the time to complete the survey and share their thoughts will be helping enormously with this work and I would like to thank you all very much in advance for your assistance. Should you know of any other European Irish-language learners or speakers who might be interested in taking part I would also be very grateful if you could forward them a link to this message.

Go raibh míle maith agaibh,

Ciarán Ó Braonáin

Link to the survey: