“As a teenager, I was not a fan of Irish. It was easy to moan about and if I had to do a language couldn’t I do Italian – it seemed sexier and more useful. Fast forward to 2017, and whether it is age or absence, my feelings towards Irish have mellowed. I like the different perspective a rural Kerry upbringing has given me, and wish I was able to say a bit more ‘as Gaeilge’.”
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