Our blog serves as regular motivation for you to speak the Irish language. Find posts about culture, videos where you find how to say certain phrases, and member interviews to tell you about their experience of learning the language.

Gaeilge Gach Lá

Your Gaeilge Gach Lá Tips

We asked our members if they had any tips they could share about how they keep themselves motivated to continue learning Gaeilge and practice Gaeilge gach lá. Here are tips from two of our members Jim – Write Your Own Story “I have created a little story where I go and ask for directions to

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Annoucements

Q&A le Siobhán agus Eoin – 16 Eanáir 2020

January’s Live Q&A with Eoin and Siobhán from Bitesize Irish took place on Thursday, 16 January at 20:00 Irish time! Watch it above! An Fáinne (“The Ring”) is a little badge historically worn by people to show that they are fluent in Irish, to show other Irish speakers to speak Irish with them. These days,

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Irish Gaelic Language

The Road to Gaeilge Gach Lá

Our main goal here at Bitesize Irish is to help you become a practitioner of Gaeilge and use your Gaeilge gach lá (every day)! Eoin shares some excellent tips for this in Podcast 105: A Daily Use for Your Irish. In this article, we run through five different things you can do to use your

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Gaelic Culture

Christmas Memories from the Bitesize irish team

Maybe you’ve already read about the Traditional Irish Christmas. But how about the members of the Bitesize Irish team? Even though we were all born and raised in Ireland, we have a few Christmas stories of our own. Here are just a few of our most beautiful Irish Christmas memories. Eoin – Bitesize Irish founder

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Annoucements

Q&A Le Siobhán Agus Gabrielle – 5th December 2019

December’s Live Q&A with Siobhán and Gabrielle at Bitesize Irish took place on Thursday, 5 December at 20:00 Irish time! Watch it above! Related posts: Q&A November 7th 2019 Q&A le Siobhán agus Eoin – 16 Eanáir 2020 Behind the scenes of our Live Lingo Lessons Irish Gaelic Pronunciation Survey

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Member Interviews

Being an Ambassador For Gaeilge!

Many people seek Gaeilge before they’ve ever set foot on the island of Ireland, they use it as their nasc (connection) to their ancestry. For Seattle high school teacher Ann Marie, however, it was a trip to Ireland for her birthday in 2016 that started her journey diving into her heritage. Thanks to the world-wide

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