Ask your questions about Aistear, which is the new Irish language learning platform launched this week by Bitesize Irish. It features the foundational course “Tús Maith” for learning the Irish langauge. It’s on Tuesday 16th March 2022 at 8pm Irish time. Ask your questions, and set a reminder on YouTube:
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.
Bitesize Irish is starting off on a new Journey – Aistear. We’ll be launching our new platform which includes the foundational Irish language course Tús Maith. It will be suitable for beginners, people coming back to Irish, and those already learning to speak Irish. Eoin speaks with Niall Ó Siadhail who developed Tús Maith. We
Chris joined me for our first members’ interview of 2022. Chris was born in Dublin and moved to England almost 50 years ago. We began our chat by discussing what brought him back to the Irish language as he hadn’t had much to do with it since his school days. His starting point was Michael
Let’s learn some common words associated with fitness as Gaeilge. Watch the video above to hear the words listed below. Exercise/fitness aclaíocht /ok-lee-ukht/ I exercise. Déanaim aclaíocht. /jay-num ok-lee-ukht/ I exercise every day. Déanaim aclaíocht gach lá. /jay-num ok-lee-ukht gokh law/ I am fit. Tá mé aclaí. /Taw may ok-lee/ I am unfit. Tá mé
Watch back February’s Live Q&A with Siobhán and Emma above or find below a summary of what we covered. We answered questions from Irish learners on various topics related to the Irish language and in particular the Connacht Irish dialect. The questions quoted below are abridged summaries of the original questions. Click on the timestamps
Watch back January’s Live Q&A with Niall and Emma above or find below a summary of what we covered. We answered questions from Irish learners on various topics related to the Irish language and in particular the Ulster Irish dialect. The questions quoted below are abridged summaries of the original questions. Click on the timestamps
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