VIDEO: Understanding Irish Dialects

VIDEO Understanding Irish Dialects blog post

As you may have noticed, we’re starting to organize more live events for our community. Learning Irish Gaelic can’t be done just by reading information of a piece of paper, you need other types of materials such as audio and video, and you need to practice. Continue reading

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How To Count In Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Count In Irish Gaelic article

When you start learning a new language, you’re usually starting slowly by going over some of the most used phrases. After that, you move on to some less used but really useful words like how to pronounce numbers, how to count from one to ten, how to tell the time and others. Continue reading

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What’s It Like to Move to Ireland from the US? (Ep. 55) [Re-run]

What's It Like to Move to Ireland from the US BLOG POST

We know that many Irish people have moved to the United States in the past decades but how about the Americans who decided that Ireland is the best place for them and their families?

Believe it or not, there are a lot of people who move from the US to Ireland every year. While we couldn’t compare their numbers to Irishmen moving to the US, we will surely find interesting stories. Continue reading

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What I Learned About Irish Language Dialects

Bitesize BEO Dialects

We recently held a Bitesize Beo Dialects live event. It was given by Siobhán, our Language Assistant (whom you can ask for help when you’re a member, plus she hold monthly Skype calls for members). Continue reading

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How To Say – “I Miss My Mother” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - I Miss My Mother in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) article

If there’s something we would like people to celebrate more, that is family. And while you may have something against the commercialisation of these types of holidays, we can’t really say if it’s a bad thing since the phenomenon tends to make them more popular. Continue reading

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Audio Irish Gaelic Phrases You May Want to Know (Ep. 54) [Re-run]

Audio Irish Gaelic Phrases You May Want to Know

When you decide to start learning Irish Gaelic, you’ll need to commit to some sort of schedule. We’ll always give you the tools to learn at your own pace and we’ll also provide you with recommendations on how to make this journey a bit easier and more enjoyable. Continue reading

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How Does Irish Gaelic Help You Reconnect to Your Irish Heritage?

How Does Irish Gaelic Help You Reconnect to Your Irish Heritage?

In a previous blog post, we said that you don’t need Irish ancestry to learn Irish Gaelic. While this is still we believe in, we also have to give credit where credit is due. After years and years of helping people learn Irish Gaelic, we can say for sure that the language has an important role in reconnecting to your Irish Heritage and ancestry. Continue reading

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How To Say – Good Night in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - Good Night in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) article

People usually recommend us to sleep 7-8 hours each night so we can get a full-night rest. Until anyone proves that this may not be true, we should always try to get a full-night sleep, you know – to have a better “tomorrow”. Continue reading

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Where Is Scottish Gaelic Spoken? (Ep. 53) [Re-run]

Where Is Scottish Gaelic Spoken

If you’re used to read our blog from time to time, you know we covered almost every aspect regarding Irish Gaelic. While that may be, we often get questions about other similar languages like Scottish Gaelic. People often ask us about the connection between these two and their differences. Continue reading

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Bitesize Beo Dialects: Announcing Live Event

Bitesize Beo Dialects

Bitesize Beo Dialects – your chance to book your place below.

How to grasp Irish Gaelic dialects

Do you find dialects baffling?

Have you ever been left confused and discouraged when listening to a conversation in Irish and feeling like you were listening to a number of different languages?

The Irish language has a number of dialects. They are very similar to each other with a lot of differences.

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