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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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Counting in Irish isn’t really easy. If you recall our blog post on this subject, we showed you there are three different counting systems, and they’re not interchangeable. You count differently if you’re counting things, counting people or just counting … Continue reading
Many Irish traditions aren’t found anywhere else, but when it comes to birthday practices, Irishmen are a bit tame compared to other countries in the World. With some exceptions, birthdays in Ireland are celebrated in the same manner as in … Continue reading
If you’re reading this blog post, it probably means that you’re on a very-worthy journey of learning the Irish language. You may be just starting, or maybe you’re somewhere further down the line in this fascinating journey of knowledge, but … Continue reading
Reading poems as a child helps your brain to develop. It sparks your imagination and boosts your understanding of your surroundings. There are many ways through which children can start learning and reading poems.
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
Are you interested in using Irish names for your baby? Well, we have to say that’s a great idea! Irish boys and girls names have a lot of tradition to them, they are unique and sound really interesting.
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
As you may have noticed, we’re starting to organize more live events for our community. Learning Irish Gaelic can’t be done just by reading information of a piece of paper, you need other types of materials such as audio and … 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