Is Your Trip to Ireland an Adventure? (Ep. 60) [Re-run]

Is Your Trip to Ireland an Adventure

Each year, more than 8,5 million people come and visit Ireland. More than 1,5 million are from the US & Canada. Most of them come to Ireland to visit amazing landscapes but other also use their trip to Ireland as an opportunity to connect to their Irish heritage.  Continue reading

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It’s Up To Us To Keep The Irish Language Alive

It's Up To Us To Keep The Irish Language Alive

If we were to sit down and think about how to keep the Irish language alive, we’d probably come up with many great ideas of how to do it. But can we do them? It looks clear and simple when it’s written down on paper, but the reality is a bit different. The truth is that it comes down to each of us to keep the language alive. Continue reading

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How To Say Boys Names in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO – Part 2)

How To Say Boys Names in Irish Gaelic part 2

Are you interested in using Irish names for your baby? Well, we have to say that’s a great idea! Irish boys and girls names have a lot of tradition to them, they are unique and sound really interesting. Continue reading

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How To Add Irish Gaelic To Your Lifestyle? (Ep. 59) [Re-run]

How To Add Irish Gaelic To Your Lifestyle

One of the things we keep saying over and over, just like a broken (but extremely important) record is that you should try to make Irish Gaelic a part of your day to day activities if you plan to learn the language. One could say that you should add it to your lifestyle. Continue reading

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Dear Bitesize: lenition, eclipsis and the word for Wales

Dear Bitesize: lenition, eclipsis and the word for Wales

In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that came in recently to Bitesize Irish Gaelic. First off, Finola had a grammar question on the use of lenition and eclipsis in Irish Gaelic. Then, we had another Irish language learner who asked the Irish for all things Welsh. Continue reading

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How To say Boy Names in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO – Part 1)

How to say Boy Names in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) | Part 1

There are many reasons why people are searching and using Irish Gaelic names for their baby boys. Almost every Irish baby name is beautiful to look at and they are unique, something that parents look for when choosing a name (or more) for their children. Continue reading

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Patrick Kavanagh’s Poem From Ireland (Ep. 58) [Re-run]

Patrick Kavanagh's Poem From Ireland

Ireland isn’t only known for its beautiful landscapes and great people. If we’re talking about culture, a lot of people love the Irish Gaelic language and most of them have read some poems or other literature from Ireland. Continue reading

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The Irish Spirit Lives Somewhere Beyond Time and Space

The Irish Spirit Lives Somewhere Beyond Time and Space article

If there’s something we understood after all these years developing Bitesize Irish Gaelic, is that the Irish spirit is somehow bigger than time and space put together. Wouldn’t it be easier to live your life not caring about your heritage, not looking into your ancestry?

Yes, it would, but we’ve learned that people with Irish ancestry don’t settle for an easy life at the cost of not knowing where they come from. Continue reading

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How To Say – “I’m Hungry” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - I'm Hungry in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Most people visit Ireland for the beautiful landscapes and its history but when they get there, they soon discover that the Irish cuisine is another thing they will soon fall in love with. Continue reading

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What Little Things Help You Learn Irish Gaelic (Ep. 57) [Re-run]

Little Things Help You Learn Irish Gaelic

The Bitesize method of learning Irish Gaelic focuses on doing little things on a regular (even daily) schedule and immersing yourself in Ireland’s culture and language. Many people aren’t quite sure how to achieve this so in this Bitesize Irish Gaelic podcast episode we’ll be talking about those little (daily) things that may help you learn Irish Gaelic. Continue reading

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