Learn Irish with Sherlock Holmes A Sign Of Four Level 2 (A1)

Learn Irish with Sherlock Holmes A Sign Of Four Level 2 (A1)


✔️ Beginner Level              ✔️ 180 Irish Words

✔️ 250 Irish Phrases         ✔️ Free Vocab Tables

“How often have said duit that nuair a have eliminated the impossible whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?

Here at Diglot, we develop language learning books backed by 50 years of scientific research. Delve into Sir Arthur Conan's Doyle's second installation of the book series that has captured the minds and hearts of readers all around the globe all while learning a new language with this unique weaved novel.

This Diglot Edition of Sherlock Holmes, The Sign Of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is the perfect tool to help you on your journey to learning Irish. At the start of our books, a few words in each sentence are translated into your target language. As you progress, getting lost in the world of murder mystery, more and more translated words are added. Research has proven that learners acquire languages through context, and we allow this to happen gradually and naturally, without the learner even noticing the language skills they are absorbing.

By the end of the book, you will have learned up to 250 unique words and over 350 unique phrases, without ever needing to pick up a pen or sit in a classroom. Say goodbye to learning languages with painful memorization, repetition and tedious grammar classes. Instead take the fun, effective and engaging approach with Diglot.

This book is a level 2 beginner level and the second installation of the Sherlock Holmes canon by Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle. It is best suited to those who have a little understanding of Italian or to read after a level 1 Diglot book like our edition of Learn Irish with Sherlock Holmes A Study in Scarlet, the first book in the Learn Irish beginner series. 

"A unique and innovative idea executed brilliantly. A truly fun way to learn"- M. McWilliams

"Diglot is such a fantastic idea, it removes the frustration so frequently associated with language learning. There's a sense of achievement as you progress through the book and it actually makes language learning fun! So far I see it helping and my students are loving it"- Aisling

"What I really enjoy about the books is the immediate feeling of success when you understand a word you've never seen before" - Anna


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