Start Learning Irish Gaelic this Black Friday

Black Friday 2016 Sale

Are you one of those people who always think about starting to learn a new language but just doesn’t have the time for it? If you want to learn Irish Gaelic but you find yourself always on the road, on the commute between your house and your job, we have a solution for you.

The Bitesize Irish Gaelic MP3 Audio Program can help you start your Irish learning journey right now and it allows you to learn at your own pace. Just plug in your headphones on the way to work or while you’re going to the gym and start learning Irish. The MP3 Audio Program allows you to learn a bitesize portion of Irish every day or whenever you have time – no pressure!

After you’ve used the MP3 Audio Program to Learn Irish and got the hang of it, you’ll also want to go deeper  and get a full understanding of this beautiful language. For this to work follow the Pronunciation Cheat Sheets and discover the pronunciation of Irish words. They’ll help you break down every word to figure out how to pronounce each part, and then string it all together.

Bitesize Irish Gaelic 2016 Black Friday Sale!

Buying these two products normally costs $154 but on this year’s Black Friday, they’ll be offered at a very low price. 

Only on the 25th of November, these two products (MP3 Audio Program and Pronunciation Cheat Sheets) will be available for purchase on our Black Friday Sale to our newsletter subscribers.

This offer is available to anyone who’s subscribed to our free newsletter. Check your inbox this Friday morning and discover the promotional offer we’ve created for you. If you’re not subscribed to our newsletter, this would be a good time to start. You can subscribe to the newsletter using the above form, or the one in the blog’s sidebar.

The offer won’t be available anywhere else and will expire on Friday, at midnight.

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