The writing system is not a very accurate representation of the spoken language. If so, you should be looking for Gaelic courses, maybe there are some online.
Where can I learn ISL?
The best way for you to learn ISL is to join a class in your local area. There are resources out there which is intended as a guide when attending ISL classes but remember, you cannot learn ISL fully from a book or videos as ISL is largely based on the visual side of things and through your facial expressions and body movement.
Each country has their own sign language. Where there is a spoken language, there is nearly always a sign language. Did you know that even Northern Ireland uses a different sign language?
ISL is not yet recognised as an official language in Ireland yet. The Irish Deaf Society and other organisations have been campaigning on this issue for a number of years.
If ISL is recognised it will mean better education policies, better access to information and making sure that Deaf people get their basic human rights.
ISL is probably the only language with so many variations! There are gender differences, age differences, hearing-based differences, generational differences and so on! Here are some videos which can guide you in the right direction….Irish Sign Language (ISL) is the language which the majority of Deaf people use in the Republic of Ireland.
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