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.

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Q&A le Siobhán agus Aisling – Thursday August 20th 2020

Aisling and Siobhán will be hosting a live Q&A on YouTube. Date: Thursday August 20th 2020Time: 8pm Dublin, Ireland time. That’s 3pm US Eastern.Place: View on YouTube A recording of the Q&A will be added here later. Ask your Irish Language questions! You might have current challenges with: How to achieve Gaeilge Gach Lá Specific

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Member Interview: Gaeilge gach lá le Bridget

Gabrielle chatted to Bitesize Irish member Bridget in New Zealand about her language learning journey so far – why she started learning and how she uses Bitesize Pobal to practice Gaeilge Gach Lá! Related posts: Make the Commitment to Learn Irish Gaelic in 2017 The Importance of the Irish Language to the Irish History The

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Q&A with Siobhán and Gabrielle – 16 July

July’s Live Q&A with Gabrielle and Siobhán took place in July 2020. Watch it above! If you greet multiple people at once, say Dia daoibh. If you are on your own, they will reply Dia is Muire duit, if you are with others, the group you have greeted will reply Dia is Muire daoibh. Supplement your

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Q&A le Siobhán Agus Gabrielle – Friday 19 June, 7pm

June’s Live Q&A with Gabrielle and Siobhán took place on Friday 19 June at 7pm (Irish time). Watch it above! Irish is what’s called a VSO, which stands for Verb, Subject, Object. A simple example of this is the sentence Rinne Máire arán. Máire made bread, or literally, made Máire bread. Other languages with the

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Foghlaim faoi Ghlas – Motivation

In this week’s Podcast, Eoin encourages you to find the beauty in the language, rather than finding challenges and difficulty. With this in mind, this week we’re going to look at your answers to the Irish and Me Survey question: Have you felt more motivated to learn Irish recently? In what way? I’ve divided answers

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Foghlaim faoi Ghlas: Wednesday Words

This week’s Foghlaim Faoi Ghlas (Lockdown Learning) aims to motivate and revitalise you in your learning journey! We’re looking at some positive stories from our Irish and Me survey responses – people who’ve found motivation to find new ways to learn during this crazy time, and those who have gained a new appreciation for their

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