Who Is Preserving the Irish Language in the Gaeltacht? (Ep. 33) [Re-run]

Preserving the Irish Language in the Gaeltacht

People who are learning Irish and have the opportunity to travel to Ireland should really go and visit the Gaeltacht area. This will allow you to improve your connection with the Irish culture in more ways than one.

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Irish Language Questions Collection: Pronouncing “Dia” and More

Irish Langauge Questions Collection: Pronouncing "Dia"

Members of Bitesize Irish Gaelic, and non-members alike, often contact us with questions. Here are some recent answers to them that might also be of interest to you.

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How To Say – Please in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

how to say please in irish gaelic

Being polite shouldn’t be something hard to do, right? But it seems that some people forget to say “please” when asking for something from others. We don’t know why this happened over time, but we’re here to help.

Is it hard to say “please” in your language? Well, if it’s the case, why not learn to say it in Irish Gaelic? Continue reading

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The Life of an Irishman in the United States (Ep. 32) [Re-run]

Life of an Irish Man in the United States

According to an article from Irish Central, there are almost 40 million Americans who claim Irish heritage all over the United States. That’s almost 7 times more than the population of Ireland. It’s clear to see the strong bonds between the two countries and their people.

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Learning Irish Gaelic with the Help of Video Content

Learning Irish Gaelic with the Help of Video Content

The world is changing every single day and with it, the ways we use to learn new things have to be updated. At Bitesize, we take pride in providing you with comprehensive tools that allow you to learn Irish at your own pace, without pressuring you into doing something you don’t like.

Taking this into consideration, we’ve added a new feature to the Bitesize blog that will help you with the journey of learning Irish Gaelic with the help of video content.

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How To Say – I Love Shopping in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

how to say I love shopping in Irish

The end of the year is marked by a lot of holidays celebrating family and friends but it’s also recognised as one of the busiest periods of the year in terms of shopping. People wait for Black Friday discounts then save money to buy presents for their dear ones on Christmas and New Year’s eve. Continue reading

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Discover Irish Heritage by Following Your Family Tree (Ep. 31) [Re-run]

Discover Irish Heritage

Before going out and discovering the World, we should be trying to figure ourselves out, right? What makes us tick? What drives us forward? Why are we inclined to follow certain paths but not others?

Most of these questions can be answered by looking back at our family tree and trying to discover our heritage. Continue reading

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Start Learning Irish Gaelic this Black Friday

Black Friday 2016 Sale

Are you one of those people who always think about starting to learn a new language but just doesn’t have the time for it? If you want to learn Irish Gaelic but you find yourself always on the road, on the commute between your house and your job, we have a solution for you. Continue reading

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How To Say – Goodbye in Irish Gaelic (Video)

 

How to say Goodbye in Irish Gaelic (Video)

Sometimes, saying “Goodbye” can be the hardest thing to do. Other times, it’s just a simple & friendly way of letting your friend know you’re leaving. Isn’t it interesting how the same words can have different weight depending on the situation?

In Irish, we say “Goodbye!” in more than one way and our language assistant – Siobhán will help you understand the differences in the following video – How to say – Goodbye in Irish Gaelic.

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The Childhood of an American Kid in Ireland (Ep.30) [Re-run]

Childhood of an American Kid in Ireland

Life is all about ups and downs. You’ll need to face challenges on a daily schedule and more often than not, you’ll find yourself in need of some extra strength to be successful in whatever you’re doing. For some of us, that strength comes from within our family, the place where we always feel like home.

We need to admit that our family plays an extremely role in our lives. Continue reading

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