- Back to Blog
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.
Free Newsletter Updates
Tag Archives: Irish Gaelic Pronunciation
If you’re starting to learn Irish Gaelic, you may want to learn the basics before moving up the “language ladder”. That’s one of the reasons why we started our Irish pronunciation videos category on the Bitesize Irish Gaelic blog so … Continue reading
Irish Easter is one of the most respected and traditional holidays we have. We don’t have any Easter traditions but we make sure we respect the good ones we have. Not because we have to but because we want to. … Continue reading
Before the Internet became such an important thing for us all, we would have to buy local guides if we wanted to travel to somewhere and needed to know how to get around or how to ask some basic questions, … Continue reading
Neil recently emailed us, and perhaps you can associate with his feelings: Without a doubt – the most difficult thing is to learn to pronounce the written word in Irish. It seems what we are saying looks nothing like what … Continue reading
St. Patrick’s Day is probably the biggest holiday in Ireland and it fills our hearts with warmth to see the positive effect this holiday has all over the World. If you’ll check your news feed around St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll … Continue reading
Thinking of visiting Ireland? You’d better get some sun-cream and… an umbrella. Yes, the Irish weather is unpredictable so that’s why it would be better to prepare before you arrive in Ireland.
You would say that Irish people don’t have strong feelings about Winter or Spring since Ireland’s weather isn’t that diversified. That’s not true, though! The Irish love Spring as much as the next person since it’s the time when nature … Continue reading
Some of the easiest words in English have more than way of being used in Irish. If you remember our blog post and video about How to say “Yes” in Irish Gaelic, you know what we’re talking about. Saying “No” … Continue reading
When you’re travelling to a new country or you meet people from other parts of the World, one of the easiest ways to instantly connect with them is to greet them using their own language. Yes, English is spoken and … Continue reading