Podcast 043: Irish Language in Dallas-Fort Worth

Irish Language in Dallas-Fort Worth

Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Seán Mag Uidhir (John McGuire) established the Irish language immersion weekend in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. He speaks Irish, and shares his journey of learning the language.

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Now Learn Irish Gaelic at www.bitesize.irish

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The new URL for Bitesize Irish Gaelic is www.bitesize.irish.

You’ll still find the same popular program for learning to speak Irish Gaelic in Bitesize portions.

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Podcast 042: 8 Things You Didn’t Know About Ireland

8 Things You Didn't Know About Ireland

Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Irish-American author Brighid O’Sullivan shares with us her love for Ireland through eight things you didn’t know about Ireland.

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Now Learn Irish on Your Bitesize Screen

Learn Irish on Your Mobile Screen

We’re all about helping you to learn to speak Irish (Gaelic) in Bitesize portions. Now you can learn Irish on your Bitesize screen!

That means if you visit www.bitesizeirishgaelic.com on your phone or tablet, you can to dive into our online Bitessize lessons without any pinching or zooming.

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Podcast 041: Irish Oregon Connections with Aislinn Adams

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Irish artist and illustrator, Aislinn Adams, has taught the Irish language in Salem, Oregon. Hear her journey through Washington D.C., attending an Irish language immersion weekend (Deireadh Seachtaine), and on to her interest in the connection between plant life in Oregon and Ireland.

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Pronounce “arán” in Irish Gaelic

Lots of people struggle with how the Irish language is pronounced.

Let’s take a short example, and break it down! Once you get familiar with the rules, other new words won’t look so strange.

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Podcast 040: Zero to Immersion Weekend with Devin Blankenship

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Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Devin Blankenship is founder and president of the Indiana Celtic Community. After traveling to Ireland, he attended an Irish language immersion weekend in Madison, Wisconsin. He went on to found a regular study group in Bloomington, Indiana, where he also run their annual Irish Gaelic immersion weekend.

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The Irish Language is in Great Danger

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Imagine this. The town of Ennis, County Clare in Ireland (where I grew up) has about 30,000 inhabitants. Let’s say each of those inhabitants spoke a peculiar language that nobody else spoke.

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Podcast 039: Three Bold Predications for the Irish Language

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The future of the Irish language is unsure and controversial. Hear our three long-term predictions for the Irish language.

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Small Regular Bites Beat Big Batches

Learn Irish Gaelic

Imagine a world where the only way to achieve something was to do it all day, every day, until you mastered it. You could apply this concept to how to use a new app you installed, how to perfectly cook a new dish, or learning a language.

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