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European Day Of Languages 26th,September, 2016
WHAT IS THE EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES? The European Day of Languages (EDL) is held on 26th September every year to celebrate the diversity of languages in Europe. It is an initiative of the Council of Europe and began in 2001. The Day aims to: To alert To promote To increase To encourage
WHO IS THE EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES FOR?
26 September 2016 marked the 15th anniversary of the European Day of Languages (EDL) celebrated at the Council of Europe and throughout its 47 member states, including Ireland. So, there are some interesting facts about languages used in this country. There are a number of languages used in Ireland. But English is the main language since the 19th century. Also the Irish is used in the whole country. In the Republic of Ireland, under the Constitution of Ireland, both languages have official status. A growing number of pupils are through Irish and English. Most Irish can speak at least two languages.
INTERESTING THINGS ABOUT GAELIC (The Irish Language) Gaeilge Gaeilge, Irish, or “Irish Gaelic” is the national and first official language of Ireland, as well as one of the official languages of the European Union. When we say Irish (the language) we don’t mean our accent in English – we mean a language on a completely different branch of the European language family tree.
Irish to be given full official EU language status in 2016 Though it has been an official language of the EU since 2007, Irish will now be gradually upgraded to a full working language of the European institutions.