Creating Your Irish Study Group (Ep.40) [Re-run]

Creating your own Irish Gaelic study group (Ep.40) [Re-run]

There are several things you can do to improve your Irish language learning process. You could start by immersing yourself in Irish (by listening to audio and watching videos such as our Irish pronunciation videos) or by finding a group of people to practice what you’ve learned. Continue reading

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Podcast 068: Should We Restart the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast?

Should We Restart the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast?

Two full years after our last Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast episode, this is the return of an experiment! Continue reading

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How To Say – “Peace” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

We publish weekly Irish pronunciations videos to help you learn specific words and phrases. This week we're teaching you how to say "Peace" in Irish Gaelic.

Learning Irish Gaelic is always easier if your method of study requires you to take small steps. The Irish language can be a bit overwhelming if you’re trying to study too much, too fast.

Here’s where our Irish Pronunciation Videos come to help. Continue reading

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3 Bold & Unusual Predictions for the Future of Irish Gaelic (Ep. 39) [Re-run]

3 Bold & Unusual Predictions for the Future of Irish Gaelic

One worthy goal of learning Irish Gaelic is to make sure that the language keeps living on through the people who speak it. We could say that the future of the Irish language is unsure (and probably controversial) so we ventured out and made 3 bold & unusual predictions. Continue reading

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The Importance of Setting Goals when Learning Irish Gaelic

The importance of Setting Goals When Learning Irish Gaelic blog post

The approach to learn Irish Gaelic is a bit different than learning other languages. Even if it’s a bit more difficult to learn, you shouldn’t be fearful of studying it. The learning process is hard only if you make it.

Just like learning other languages, you should set goals for yourself – as soon as you embark on the amazing journey of learning Irish Gaelic.

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How To Say – “Bless You” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - Bless You in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) blog post

One of the best (and easiest) ways to start learning Irish Gaelic is to watch pronunciation videos. When you do this, you’re learning a little bit of Irish every time you watch a video. After a few videos, your next move should be to sign-up for a Free Trial on Bitesize Irish Gaelic or to take even a bigger step and sign-up for the online courses (with quizzes, audio, and video tools). Continue reading

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What’s Your Reason for Wanting To Speak Irish? (Ep. 38) [Re-run]

Reason for wanting to speak Irish

Every time we step out of our comfort zone and start to do something hard, we need a pretty good reason. If you start exercising then you do it to be healthier, when you change your job it’s because you want a better lifestyle, but what about when you start learning a new language?

What’s your reason for wanting to speak Irish Gaelic? Continue reading

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Dear Bitesize: Irish Gaelic News Sites and Telling The Date

Dear Bitesize Irish Gaelic News Sites and Telling The Date

In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that came in recently to Bitesize Irish Gaelic. The first learner wanted to know where to get the news in the Irish language. Another Irish language learner wished to know how to correctly tell the date in Irish Gaelic. Continue reading

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How To Say – “War” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How To Say - "War" in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

War is a big part of Ireland’s history. Starting in the year 917 with the Viking invasion and up to 1998 with the Dissident Irish Republican campaign, the Irish people have been through a lot of suffering. Continue reading

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Audio Guides for Tourists Visiting Ireland (Ep. 37) [Re-run]

Audio Guides for Tourists Visiting Ireland

Ireland is a top destination for tourists from all over the World. We don’t know if it’s the “amazing weather”, the beautiful landscapes or the spirit of the Irishmen, but people are adding our country to their travel bucket lists – which makes us really happy.

In fact, some people from the Bitesize Irish Gaelic community are learning the Irish language because they will visit Ireland and want to spark conversations with locals or relatives. Continue reading

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