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What is Bitesize Irish Gaelic? We believe that the most personal way you can express your Irish heritage is to speak some of our language. And you can do that thousands of miles outside of Ireland. Our online bitesize lessons let you learn to speak Irish Gaelic, all at your own pace. Find out more.
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As you may have noticed, we’re starting to organize more live events for our community. Learning Irish Gaelic can’t be done just by reading information of a piece of paper, you need other types of materials such as audio and … Continue reading
We recently held a Bitesize Beo Dialects live event. It was given by Siobhán, our Language Assistant (whom you can ask for help when you’re a member, plus she hold monthly Skype calls for members).
Even before you start learning Irish Gaelic, you’ll discover that the language has three main dialects. This shouldn’t scare you in any way sinnce picking up the finer technical points of dialect differences is not something you should worry yourself with … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
You’re not on your own on your Irish language journey: Bitesize Irish Gaelic is here to help. Here are some recent questions sent to us from members of our online course, and non-members alike. Members can contact us for any … Continue reading
Irish people don’t really have a “white Christmas” since Ireland’s weather is a bit special, but even so, we really get into the holiday spirit and enjoy our traditional Irish Christmas. We like to think that the Happy Christmas in … Continue reading
Did you know that many elves who usually help Santa Clause to bring you gifts on Christmas actually work at Bitesize also? While we can’t tell you their names and positions, we can let you know that they have a … Continue reading
When you abroad or meet someone who speaks another language, you want to introduce yourself but, some times, the language differences build an invisible but unbreakable barrier between the two of you. If you’re planning to visit Ireland, meet your … Continue reading