Is there a sense of pride in being able to speak a few words of irish in a multicultural society?
Ireland is together with Scotland, the only Western European country that resisted the colonization of the Roman Empire. Which is why in Ireland has survived Celtic culture. Many of its inhabitants continue to speak Gaelic, the traditional language of the island, and are increasingly young people who decide to learn to perpetuate the Celtic legacy of the country. For this reason that all the names of the streets, the cities, the railway stations ... are always written in both languages.