Stuck while Learning Irish Gaelic? Listen to this advice (Ep. 47) [Re-run]

Advice for Stuck while Learning Irish Gaelic

Hitting a bump now and then is to be expected when you are learning a new language. Irish isn’t an exception from this rule and we admit that getting stuck while learning Irish Gaelic can be troublesome. Not having people to practice can be a problem but if you listen to the following advice, you’ll be able to knock down any language barriers you see in front of you. Continue reading

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How to Beat the Fear of Pronouncing Irish Gaelic

Crack Irish Gaelic Pronunciation

Announcing the new “Crack Irish Gaelic Pronunciation” video course on Udemy.com!

Neil recently emailed us, and perhaps you can associate with his feelings:

Without a doubt – the most difficult thing is to learn to pronounce the written word in Irish. It seems what we are saying looks nothing like what it was written. There must be some sort of map for it surely.

Yes, pronunciation is one of the top reasons that people fail to make that real connection with their Irish heritage. When you see an Irish Gaelic word written down, it can be daunting and scary. Continue reading

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How To Say – Happy St. Patrick’s Day in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - Happy St. Patrick's Day in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

St. Patrick’s Day is probably the biggest holiday in Ireland and it fills our hearts with warmth to see the positive effect this holiday has all over the World. If you’ll check your news feed around St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll see how people celebrate, have a good time and start new friendships. Continue reading

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A Story of Driving Tourists Around Ireland (Ep. 46) [Re-run]

A Story of Driving Tourists Around Ireland (Ep. 46) [Re-run]

Ireland is one of the top destinations for tourists from Australia, the U.S. and Europe. When tourists come to Ireland, they do this for one of several reasons: they may have relatives here, they want to admire Ireland’s magnificent landscapes, they’re getting in touch with the Irish culture or more importantly, they’re getting in touch with the Irish heritage.

Many tourists who come to Ireland have some connections to the Irish culture and their visit allows them to deepen their connection with their feelings for the Irish language and history. Continue reading

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Start Learning Irish on St. Patrick’s Day (Huge Discount!)

St. Patrick's Day Offer

Celebration is in order! On 17th March, Irish people from every part of the World are honouring the Irish culture and language by celebrating St. Patrick’s Day! In honour of this important holiday, we’re offering a huge discount for those who want to learn Irish!

Read on to discover the Bitesize Irish Gaelic St’ Patrick’s Day offer details! Continue reading

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How To Say – It’s Raining in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - It's Raining in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) article

Thinking of visiting Ireland? You’d better get some sun-cream and… an umbrella. Yes, the Irish weather is unpredictable so that’s why it would be better to prepare before you arrive in Ireland.  Continue reading

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The Beauty of Irish Language Poems (Ep. 45) [Re-run]

The Beauty of Irish Language Poems

More often than not, people learn the Irish language because they want to get in touch with their Irish heritage or they want to connect better with their Irish relatives and friends. But, sometimes, that’s not the case.

Sometimes, people learn the Irish language because they’re intrigued by it or want to dig deeper into the Irish culture and history. Continue reading

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Enjoy the Journey of Learning Irish Gaelic

The Journey of Learning Irish Gaelic article

There’s one golden rule about starting something and actually finishing it with flying colours. It’s such a simple thing to do but, sometimes, we don’t have the luxury of applying it to our tasks. This can also be said about your journey of learning Irish. Continue reading

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How To Say – It’s Springtime in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - It's Springtime in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) article

You would say that Irish people don’t have strong feelings about Winter or Spring since Ireland’s weather isn’t that diversified. That’s not true, though! The Irish love Spring as much as the next person since it’s the time when nature wakes up from the cold slumber and things are (at least) apparently getting done faster.

If you ever visit Ireland in Springtime you’ll find out that the weather isn’t too cold but not too hot either. Continue reading

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Trip to Ireland (Ep. 44) [Re-run]

Get the Most Out of Your Trip to Ireland

Ireland has always been a great place to visit. We don’t know if tourists are looking for the amazing Irish landscapes or people’s hospitality and local culture, but the fact is they come back every year. For some of them, the trip to Ireland is more than just discovering a new country, it’s a personal quest to discover their Irish heritage.

Did you decide to visit Ireland? Great! Here’s how to get the most out of your trip to Ireland. Continue reading

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