How To Say – Wolf in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say – Wolf in Irish Gaelic article (VIDEO)

The Irish language has its beauty, right? Even if it’s a bit harder to master, the Irish language speakers never regret the fact that they embarked on the amazing journey of learning it. If we were to compare Irish to other languages, we’ll find some unusual discrepancies or interesting differences if you want to call them like that.

One example is talking about animals and their names in Irish Gaelic. Continue reading

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Extra Motivation – 10 Reasons to Learn Irish Gaelic (Ep. 38) [Re-run]

10 Reasons to Learn Irish Gaelic

We have different reasons why we choose to learn Irish Gaelic or any other new language. We might want to learn more about the culture, dwell into great stories of that nation or simply to get closer to your heritage.

But are there any reasons to learn Irish more important than others? Continue reading

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The Importance of the Irish Language to the Irish History

The Importance of the Irish Language to the Irish History

Believe it or not, the Irish language has been alive for a long time. If we were to dig deeper into Ireland’s history, we’d find the first Ogham inscriptions dating from the 3rd or 4th century. The so-called Archaic Irish transformed into Old Irish after the conversion to Christianity, in the 5th century.  Continue reading

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How To Say – Pass Me the Salt in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - Pass Me the Salt in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Table manners are some of the most underrated social skills. We don’t know why but people tend to forget what a big impact being kind may have on others. Showing a little respect and gratitude goes a long way in our books and we hope you feel the same way. Continue reading

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Audio Guides for Visiting Ireland (Ep. 37) [Re-run]

Audio Guides for Visiting Ireland

There are so many awesome places you can visit during your Ireland trip. Where should you start? What should you visit? Should you create your own itinerary or choose the services of a travel company?

The truth is that it’s all up to you.

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Pre-Announcement: Live Event for Irish Language Enthusiasts

Live Event for Irish Language Enthusiasts

In March 2017, Bitesize Irish Gaelic is going to hold a paid live online event for Irish language enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more (such as taking our free Irish for Beginners email course, which includes our weekly newsletter).

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How To Say – I Like It in Irish (VIDEO)

How to Say - I like it in Irish VIDEO

Now that 2016 is behind us, we should really try to welcome 2017 with open arms and try to be the best version of ourselves we can muster up to. We should look to the future with a smile on our face and always look forward to those moments of 2017 that we will like. Continue reading

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Discover Your Own Tactic of Learning Irish (Ep. 36) [Re-run]

Tactic of Learning Irish

Over the years, after talking to different amazing people who discovered their love for the Irish language, we’ve learned that everyone has their own approach to learning a new language. That made us develop the Bitesize Irish Gaelic products with one thought in mind. Continue reading

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Make the Commitment to Learn Irish Gaelic in 2017

Make the Commitment to Learn Irish Gaelic in 2017

We’re not big fans of New Year’s resolutions since people tend not to go ahead with what they promised themselves. We’re always trying to help you take up the commitment of improving yourselves, learn something new and why not a new language such as Irish.

In most cases, New Year resolutions fail and that’s no surprise. Here’s why.

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How To Say – Happy New Year in Irish (VIDEO)

How to say Happy New Year in Irish Gaelic Video

This year is coming to an end. There have been good and bad moments altogether so we hope the new year finds you healthy, close to your family, and friends. You had good moments for sure and you probably did some mistakes but that’s OK since you’re only human.

The important thing is to learn from the year that’s ending and apply what we’ve learned to the new one. Continue reading

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