Tag Archives: Bitesize Irish Gaelic blog

How to Be Sure to NOT Learn Irish Gaelic

Our Bitey way of making a connection with your Irish heritage is the regular immersion of the Irish language. Use any means at your disposal. If it comes down to telling your dog to “Suí síos!”, then so be it. But … 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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Be Proud of Your Irish Heritage

Many Bitesize Irish Gaelic learners are of Irish heritage or have a strong connection with Ireland and this beautiful language. We often ask for your feedback to improve our services and today we’re taking it a step further by sharing … Continue reading

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Looking Back: The Second Half of 2013

It’s hard to believe, but 2013 is behind us! Here’s a look back at the blog posts we’ve made since June on the Bitesize Irish Gaelic blog. We’ve covered a lot of ground, that’s for sure! You’ll find a mix … Continue reading

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The tables turn on Eoin (Ep. 8)

Mary Murphy takes the podcast chair this time, asking Eoin of Bitesize Irish Gaelic about how the site started.

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Chance to Win Year-Long Access to Bitesize Irish Gaelic

(This giveaway has expired.) Are you interested in learning the Irish language online? Fancy winning one of five memberships for Bitesize Irish Gaelic? Corey and the gang at Irish Fireside are giving away FIVE year-long memberships for Bitesize Irish Gaelic. … Continue reading

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Blast from the Bitesize past

Bitesize Irish Gaelic – the site for learning Irish online –  opened is web doors in August 2010. Here’s how the homepage looked like in earlier 2010: The site was simpler back then. Perhaps that was a good thing! We … Continue reading

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Lots of goodies arrived at our door

See all those goodies on our kitchen table? They arrived in courtesy of Kenna, a Bitesize Irish Gaelic online lessons customer since January 2011. No, we didn’t order this stuff. Kenna sent it all at her own expense across the … Continue reading

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Visitor questions: What do I get, and how much does it cost?

Thanks to Mary for taking the time out of her day for asking us some questions on Bitesize Irish Gaelic membership. She wasn’t sure about signing up, and I wanted to clear some things up. I would like to share … Continue reading

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Charging For Our Service Is Not Hurting The Irish Language

A visitor emailed us today with an interesting email. Here’s a snippet that summarizes it quite well, although I realize that pulling one quote out of a full email will never give the original author full credit: “…I just wanted … Continue reading

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