We’re always trying to help the Bitesize Irish community members with good feedback, advice and tactics to use when learning the Irish language. Often than not, that advice comes from the community itself. If you want to discover some solid tactics of learning the Irish language, please read the following interview. Val is a Bitesize …
Listen to Episode 081 of the Bitesize Irish Podcast above. If you have limited time, should you show up, or give up? Should you keep chipping away at that journey that fulfills your heart, or keep putting it off until you regret never doing it? Should you pluck up the energy to work five minutes …
Wondering how Irish people refer to their country when using the Irish language? Use this Irish pronunciation video and see for yourself. Can you pronounce it like in the video?
November was a great month for Bitesize Irish. At the beginning of the month we had our first live team meeting in Limerick, Ireland.
The process of learning the Irish language isn’t an easy one. That’s one extra reason for us to congratulate you for signing up for this amazing journey.
A few weeks ago we had a Podcast listener question where a member of the Irish learning community wanted to know more about the Bitesize Irish team.
We’re happy to have a growing, passionate, engaged community of enthusiastic Irish language learners. That’s why we’re always in contact with them, developing products and tools to match their enthusiasm of learning the Irish language.
One of the most appreciated features of Bitesize Irish Gaelic is the member support we provide. A member is part of the Irish learning community, so not necessarily a paying member. We receive a handful of questions about the Irish language on a daily basis and we’re more than happy to reply, so you can …
If you’re familiar to the famous Irish song “An bhfaca tú mo Shéamaisín?”, you will be pleased to know that we added to our weekly Irish language pronunciation videos playlist!
Do you feel frustrated on a daily basis that you don’t have more time to learn the Irish language? Maybe it’s not Irish Gaelic, maybe it’s other things that you set up your expectations to do, but it’s not a good enough reason to not spend any time on the things you feel passionate about.