How To Say – “It is _ o’clock” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - It is _ o'clock in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) article

If you’re starting to learn Irish Gaelic, you may want to learn the basics before moving up the “language ladder”. That’s one of the reasons why we started our Irish pronunciation videos category on the Bitesize Irish Gaelic blog so you have the chance to get a taste of the Irish language before committing to the beautiful journey of learning it. Continue reading

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Who’s Behind the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast (Ep. 51) [Re-run]

Behind the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast

It’s easy to set up an online business, right? It’s easy to create a website, a blog, a podcast… But is it easy to run all of them at once? You may think there’s just one person behind Bitesize Irish Gaelic but that’s far from the truth.

This Irish business has a lot more people behind it, great people who make sure you get the best experience when you start the journey of learning Irish. Want to know more?

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Do You Need Irish Ancestry To Learn Irish Gaelic?

Do You Need Irish Ancestry To Learn Irish Gaelic

We’re really happy how the Bitesize Irish Gaelic community has developed over the years. Whenever we’re creating new tools or courses, we’re always asking the community to find out what the Irish Gaelic learners need the most. Continue reading

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

How To Say - Happy Easter in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Irish Easter is one of the most respected and traditional holidays we have. We don’t have any Easter traditions but we make sure we respect the good ones we have. Not because we have to but because we want to.

Celebrating Easter in Ireland is a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and maybe do some extra thinking – about your life, your goals, and maybe if you should start to learn Irish? In Ireland, people make sure they do almost all of the following Easter traditions. Continue reading

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You’re Never Too Old to Learn Irish Gaelic (Ep. 50) [Re-run]

Never Too Old to Learn Irish Gaelic

There are some things that need to be learned while in school, otherwise it would be very hard to pick them up when you’re older. Some things can be very hard to understand if you don’t have that basic knowledge package you get in school.

But is learning Irish Gaelic hard to learn when you’re older? Continue reading

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How To Use Active & Passive Listening To Learn Irish Gaelic

How To Use Active & Passive Listening To Learn Irish Gaelic

One of the things we keep talking about on our blog is immersing yourself in the language if you want to learn Irish Gaelic. You may think that’s complicated but if you watch our Bitesize Beo video below, you’ll realise it’s actually quite easy to accomplish.

A great way to immerse yourself in the language is to use active and passive listening to learn Irish Gaelic.

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How To Say – What Time is it? in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - What Time is it in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) blog

Did you notice we’re relying a bit too much on our smartphones or smartwatches every day? We’re not saying that’s necessarily a bad thing but imagine being late for a meeting or waiting for a train and your smart device shuts down because its battery is depleted. How can you tell the time in this case? Continue reading

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The Connection Between Celtic and Irish (Ep.49) [Re-run]

Connection Between Celtic and Irish

Is there any difference between Irish and Celtic? What about traditional Irish and Irish Gaelic? These are just some Irish language questions we get in our inbox, and while we DO answer all of them, we also have some text and audio resources for those who want to learn more. Continue reading

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How Important Is It for You To Learn Irish Gaelic?

How Important Is It for You to Learn Irish Gaelic

There are several reasons why someone would start learning Irish Gaelic and we’ve talked about many of them on our Irish Gaelic blog. Some people start learning because they have Irish heritage and want to learn more about themselves and their relatives, others fall in love with Irish literature or music and take the next step of learning Irish Gaelic, using the Bitesize method. Continue reading

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How To Say – Irish Gaelic Endearments (VIDEO)

How To Say - Irish Gaelic Endearments (VIDEO)

Showing your affection for someone lets them know how much you really care and every language has some special words and phrases that you may want to use. Depending on what you’re looking for, we’ve created the following video pronunciation for some of the most used Irish Gaelic Endearments (words of affection). Continue reading

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