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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
Is there any difference between Irish and Celtic? What about traditional Irish and Irish Gaelic? These are just some Irish language questions we get in our inbox, and while we DO answer all of them, we also have some text … Continue reading
If you’re going to take a look and compare the percentage of Irish and English speakers across Ireland, you may think that the Irish language is in peril. While there are some general concerns about this, we can say for … Continue reading
Hitting a bump now and then is to be expected when you are learning a new language. Irish isn’t an exception from this rule and we admit that getting stuck while learning Irish Gaelic can be troublesome. Not having people … Continue reading
Ireland has always been a great place to visit. We don’t know if tourists are looking for the amazing Irish landscapes or people’s hospitality and local culture, but the fact is they come back every year. For some of them, … Continue reading
If you want to learn Irish, our products will provide you with comprehensive, easy-to-understand materials, and the human touch when answering all your questions about the Irish language. We all know that for being a pro at speaking Irish Gaelic, … Continue reading
You don’t have to be a history geek to enjoy reading stories and finding out unusual facts about a country’s past. We did our own research and found out 8 unusual facts from Ireland’s history.
Many people who are learning Irish have the same issue – they don’t have who to practice with. While we are doing efforts to improves this aspect of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic community, there may be other options you can … Continue reading
While one in three people on the Island of Ireland (~ 1,8 million) can understand Irish to some extent, the number of people who speak it on a daily basis is somewhere around 100,000 people. That’s not very much, right? We’re … Continue reading
We have different reasons why we choose to learn Irish Gaelic or any other new language. We might want to learn more about the culture, dwell into great stories of that nation or simply to get closer to your heritage. … Continue reading