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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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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.
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 … Continue reading
This is probably your story. Even if you’re not the protagonist, you’ll find yourself in the podcast episode. A high number of Bitesize Irish Gaelic community members start their Irish Gaelic learning journey because they want to get in touch … Continue reading
We know that many Irish people have moved to the United States in the past decades but how about the Americans who decided that Ireland is the best place for them and their families? Believe it or not, there are … Continue reading
When you decide to start learning Irish Gaelic, you’ll need to commit to some sort of schedule. We’ll always give you the tools to learn at your own pace and we’ll also provide you with recommendations on how to make … Continue reading
If you’re used to read our blog from time to time, you know we covered almost every aspect regarding Irish Gaelic. While that may be, we often get questions about other similar languages like Scottish Gaelic. People often ask us … Continue reading
Once in a while, we’re looking to escape from the mundane and get some time for ourselves away from the current problems we have. Some of us do that by listening to music, others play video games or read books. … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading