Learning Irish Gaelic to Fill in the Blanks

Learning Irish Gaelic to Fill in the Blanks

Should you learn Irish Gaelic if you were born in Ireland or you have Irish heritage? You should, but only if you want to. You don’t want to learn Irish if it’s not something to do. Making it a chore will make it so you won’t get too far before giving up.

Moving forward from moral obligations, learning Irish Gaelic can be a great tool to fill in the blanks. Continue reading

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How to Count People (personal numbers) in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How to Count People (personal numbers) in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Counting in Irish isn’t really easy. If you recall our blog post on this subject, we showed you there are three different counting systems, and they’re not interchangeable. You count differently if you’re counting things, counting people or just counting on your fingers. Continue reading

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Schrödinger’s Podcast (Ep. 67) [Re-run]

Schrödinger's Podcast (Ep. 67) [Re-run] article

You all know about the thought experiment called Schrödinger’s cat, right? This scenario presents a cat that may be simultaneously both alive and dead, a state referred to as a quantum superposition, as a result of being linked to a random subatomic event that may or may not occur.

The Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast is in the same position. Some people may see it as being finished while others just start listening to our first episode. Continue reading

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Exciting New Quiz Feature for the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Online Course

Exciting New Quiz Feature for the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Online Course

If you’re a Bitesize Irish Gaelic member (not a member yet? sign-up here!), you know we’re constantly thinking of new ways for you to get more from your Irish learning journey, to help you learn at your pace and why not, to make it more fun and challenging. Continue reading

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How To Say – “Happy Birthday” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - "Happy Birthday" in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Many Irish traditions aren’t found anywhere else, but when it comes to birthday practices, Irishmen are a bit tame compared to other countries in the World. With some exceptions, birthdays in Ireland are celebrated in the same manner as in the U.S., Australia or any other country in Europe…with a small exception. Continue reading

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The End of One Thing Is the Beginning of Another (Ep. 66) [Re-run]

The End of One Thing Is the Beginning of Another (Ep. 66) [Re-run] article

Many people see the ending of a podcast series as a bad thing. We chose not to look at it like something that was ending but as something that was just beginning, and if you are one of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic members (or fans) that followed us after we aired the last podcast episode, you know that’s 100% correct. Continue reading

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Boost Your Irish Learning Experience with Premium Video Content (For Free!)

Boost Your Irish Learning Experience with Premium Video Content article

If you’re reading this blog post, it probably means that you’re on a very-worthy journey of learning the Irish language. You may be just starting, or maybe you’re somewhere further down the line in this fascinating journey of knowledge, but you’re stuck. Wherever you are in this learning adventure, there’s a sure way to boost your Irish Gaelic learning experience by using premium video content. Continue reading

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A Children’s Poem – “Bábóg Shíle” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

A Children's Poem - Bábóg Shíle in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Reading poems as a child helps your brain to develop. It sparks your imagination and boosts your understanding of your surroundings. There are many ways through which children can start learning and reading poems.  Continue reading

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Are Immersion Weekends Helping You to Learn Irish? (Ep. 65) [Re-run]

Are Immersion Weekends Helping You to Learn Irish article

Learning Irish Gaelic is definitely easier if you get a chance to practice it. Seeing how the number of Irish speakers isn’t growing, finding someone to practice Irish with can be a little harder than expected. Continue reading

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Reading Irish Gaelic When You Can’t

Reading Irish Gaelic When You Can't

When’s the best time to read a book in the Irish language? Possibly when you can’t read the Irish language.

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