Bí páirteach i gceiliúradh Lá Eorpach na dTeangacha!

Spreagtar 800 milliún Eorpach a bhfuil ionadaíocht acu i 47 mballstát de chuid na Comhairle Eorpaí le tuilleadh teangacha a fhoghlaim, is cuma cén aois iad agus is cuma an ar scoil nó lasmuigh di. Is deimhin leis an gComhairle Eorpach go gcuireann éagsúlacht teanga tuiscint idirchultúrtha chun cinn agus gur cuid thábhachtach d’oidhreacht shaibhir chultúrtha na hEorpa í. Dá bhrí tá ilteangachas á chur chun cinn ag an gComhairle fud fad na hEorpa.
Is tionscnamh de chuid na Comhairle Eorpaí i Strasbourg é Lá Eorpach na dTeangacha. Ceiliúrtar é ar an 26 Meán Fómhair gach bliain ó 2001.

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I mbliana, táimid ag tabhairt cuireadh do gach duine páirt a ghlacadh i ndúshlán teanga timpeall Lá Eorpach na dTeangacha!

Spreagann na 51 tascanna atá sa lámhleabhar foghlaimeoirí le dúshlán a thabhairt dóibh féin agus leas a bhaint as na deiseanna atá ar fáil chun níos mó a fhoghlaim faoi theangacha lasmuigh de chomhthéacs an tseomra ranga. Tuilleadh eolais a fháil

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Which language is it?

We all know this situation: on a bus, in a café, on the street we hear two people talking in a foreign language. And we wonder what language it is. Let's do some training here and next time this happens to you you will easily recognise it!
 
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