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Love is a beautiful thing, and the Irish language has a lot of ways to share this amazing feeling. As you may have noticed from our past blog posts and videos, Irish Gaelic is a language that has many words … Continue reading
When it comes to baby names, Irish ones are on the top of the parents’ list. Many people know that Irish names have a special meaning to them since each name has its connection to Irish history and heritage. Maybe … Continue reading
Ireland and the U.S. have a lot of things in common. Both of these countries and their people struggled, but managed to break connections from the “mother land” and to establish themselves at independent states.
In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that came in recently to Bitesize Irish Gaelic. First off, Finola had a grammar question on the use of lenition and eclipsis in Irish Gaelic. Then, we had another Irish language … Continue reading
There are many reasons why people are searching and using Irish Gaelic names for their baby boys. Almost every Irish baby name is beautiful to look at and they are unique, something that parents look for when choosing a name … Continue reading
Most people visit Ireland for the beautiful landscapes and its history but when they get there, they soon discover that the Irish cuisine is another thing they will soon fall in love with.
As you may have learned by now, the Irish language has its own dialects – spoken in different areas of the Gaeltacht. Unlike other languages though, people speaking Irish Gaelic with a Munster dialect will definitely understand those who speak … Continue reading
When you start learning a new language, you’re usually starting slowly by going over some of the most used phrases. After that, you move on to some less used but really useful words like how to pronounce numbers, how to … Continue reading
If there’s something we would like people to celebrate more, that is family. And while you may have something against the commercialisation of these types of holidays, we can’t really say if it’s a bad thing since the phenomenon tends to … Continue reading