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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.

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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 … Continue reading

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Enjoy the Journey of Learning Irish Gaelic

There’s one golden rule about starting something and actually finishing it with flying colours. It’s such a simple thing to do but, sometimes, we don’t have the luxury of applying it to our tasks. This can also be said about … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Listen To as Much Irish Gaelic Audio as You Can

If you’re a constant reader of our Irish blog, you know we’re always encouraging you to add audio to your Irish learning journey.  There are a lot of ways you could do this and we will certainly add more options … Continue reading

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The Truth About Learning Irish and Other Languages as an Adult

Remember how easy you learned new stuff when you were a child? Your thirst for knowledge was accompanied by a desire to discover things on your own, driving you forward and shaping your character. How did that change when you became an … Continue reading

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What Is the Best Way to Learn Irish Gaelic?

Most companies tend to sell stuff by focusing on the “our product is the best on the market” idea. From what we’ve seen and experimented on our own when it comes to learning and self-improvement, that’s not necessarily the case. Of … Continue reading

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Remember Your Motivation to Learn Irish Gaelic?

Ever wondered why it was easier to learn things when you were in school and why you’re not capable of doing it at the same cadence now? It’s all about motivation and passion. If when you were younger you had to learn because that’s … Continue reading

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The Love for the Irish Language

Your passion for a certain thing can develop into a really healthy hobby. For example, you enjoy reading so much that you give it a go at writing a novel, or you’re in your own element while gardening so you … Continue reading

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