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Take the Next Step in Learning Irish This St. Patrick’s Day

Every year, we’re extremely happy to see that it’s not just the Irish who celebrate St. Patrick’s Day but also other communities from around the globe. While the biggest manifestations will take place in Ireland, UK, and the US, we’re sure that many of you are waiting for this holiday. And this St. Patrick’s Day,

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Don’t drive in Ireland, Electric-Bike it

On our podcast, we’ve previously discussed whether you should rent a car or take a tour bus when visiting Ireland. The overwhelming answer was: drive, because it gives you the freedom to see Ireland at your own pace. Related posts: Must-see Gaeltacht regions when you get to Ireland How to Plan and Enjoy Your Trip

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Dear Bitesize: Audio Resources and How To Say “Have”

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 the which resources are available to hear more Irish Gaelic. Another Irish language learner wished to know more about the peculiar way of expressing having in Irish. Related posts: Dear Bitesize: Irish

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Irish Language News, February 2018

Great news for Irish language learners & enthusiasts! We’re starting a new type of monthly blog posts focused on the latest news regarding Irish Gaelic & other things of interest. We know it’s hard to keep track of these things, you don’t have the time to search for it yourself or you don’t really know

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Share Your Love on Valentine’s Day Using Irish Gaelic

People have different ways of showing love on Valentine’s Day. Some people think this day is just an excuse for retailers to sell more, others don’t mind buying gifts for this occasion, while others see it as an opportunity to share their love. It doesn’t really matter in which category you find yourself, as long

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Dear Bitesize: Different Ways of Saying “You” and the Letter “A”

In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that we recently received at Bitesize Irish Gaelic. First of all, one learner wanted to know the difference between the two words in Irish Gaelic which means you.  Another Irish language learner wished to know how the letter a is pronounced. Related posts: Dear Bitesize: How do

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The Importance of Setting Goals when Learning Irish Gaelic

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

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The Challenge of Learning Irish Gaelic

You don’t need an Irish heritage to study the Irish language. In fact, a small part of the Bitesize community is learning Irish Gaelic so they can challenge themselves. Most people who do this are also in love with the Irish culture & music. Some of them even visited Ireland and fell in love with

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Visit Ireland, Fall in Love With the Irish Language

Most people in the Irish-learning community at Bitesize start to learn Irish Gaelic so they can have conversations with relatives and locals, or to strengthen the connection to their Irish heritage. But we were also lucky to meet people who started to love the Irish language after visiting Ireland.  Related posts: Is There a Best Time

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Videos: How to Say in Irish Gaelic

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

Music is such an important part of Ireland’s culture. Combined with traditional dance and with the Irish language, music is a great way for someone to discover Irish culture with ease. Related posts: Three little questions for you about this blog Free online beginners course launched for Irish Gaelic Want to Learn More About Irish

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Irish Gaelic Grammar 101 – Gender (VIDEO)

We’re starting a new video series on our blog and on the YouTube channel. In the past months we received several requests from our community to talk a bit more about Irish grammar, so we’re going to answer those requests with video series, focused on the topic. Related posts: How To Say – “Yesterday” in

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

Do you remember how to say “Whiskey” in Irish Gaelic? Then you should also know how to say “Water” using the Irish language. Related posts: How To Say – “Whiskey” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) How To Say – “Well Done” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) How To Say – “Yesterday” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO) How To

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