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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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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 … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
If we were to take a few moments and dig through the United States’ history, we would surely find many Irishmen that were essential in transforming the country in its current form. There’s no secret that many Irish people left Ireland … Continue reading
In a previous blog post, we said that you don’t need Irish ancestry to learn Irish Gaelic. While this is still we believe in, we also have to give credit where credit is due. After years and years of helping … Continue reading
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.
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
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
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
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