Sometimes we should remind ourselves of how much or a marginal language the Irish language is in Ireland. This all depends on your perspective. My overall view is highly positive: there’s a huge energy and spirit among Irish language speakers (read more below). It’s certainly not a “dead” or extinct language.
Irish Gaelic Language
We’re happy to have a growing, passionate, engaged community of enthusiastic Irish language learners. That’s why we’re always in contact with them, developing products and tools to match their enthusiasm of learning the Irish language.
One of the most appreciated features of Bitesize Irish Gaelic is the member support we provide. A member is part of the Irish learning community, so not necessarily a paying member. We receive a handful of questions about the Irish language on a daily basis and we’re more than happy to reply, so you can …
A few weeks ago we launched a new tool to help you strengthen the connection to your Irish heritage by making it easier to start learning the Irish language. What’s holding you back from learning the Irish language?
I have recently moved to Ireland and would like to be able to pronounce place names in Irish and make some sense of them. Thanks to the internet, you can hear most Irish place names being pronounced by a local in both Irish and English on the website logainm.ie.
I’m finding it quite difficult to pronounce the guttural sounds found in Irish words, such as in “Dia dhuit”. How do I learn to easily get my tongue around these? Don’t worry, those guttural sounds that are a result of lenition in Irish Gaelic can take some time to get a hang of.
The Bitesize Irish Gaelic online course is helping hundreds of people to strengthen the connection to their Irish heritage through learning Irish Gaelic every day. We specifically designed the online course for people to learn at their own pace and we provided them with the best tools in doing so. But, did you know we …
In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that came in recently to Bitesize Irish Gaelic. The first learner asked if we know anything about dialect of Irish spoken in Co. Louth. Another Irish language learner wished to know how to say “have a good day” in Irish Gaelic.
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.
Bitesize Irish Gaelic includes learning-enhancement quizzes. They’re not to stress you out, but rather to help you learn words and spelling in Irish Gaelic, faster.