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What is Bitesize Irish Gaelic? We believe that the most personal way you can express your Irish heritage is to speak some of our language. And you can do that thousands of miles outside of Ireland. Our online bitesize lessons let you learn to speak Irish Gaelic, all at your own pace. Find out more.
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Being overwhelmed is probably the most common feeling when you consider learning to speak another language. If you’re reading this, you probably have great personal motivation already: to make a deep personal connection with your Irish heritage. It’s a way … Continue reading
When’s the best time to read a book in the Irish language? Possibly when you can’t read the Irish language.
We’ve mentioned the national Irish radio station quite a few times in our blog posts. For people who want to learn Irish, listening to the Irish radio is a great way to immerse themselves in the Irish language and try … Continue reading
When you abroad or meet someone who speaks another language, you want to introduce yourself but, some times, the language differences build an invisible but unbreakable barrier between the two of you. If you’re planning to visit Ireland, meet your … Continue reading
Being polite shouldn’t be something hard to do, right? But it seems that some people forget to say “please” when asking for something from others. We don’t know why this happened over time, but we’re here to help. Is it … Continue reading
The world is changing every single day and with it, the ways we use to learn new things have to be updated. At Bitesize, we take pride in providing you with comprehensive tools that allow you to learn Irish at … Continue reading
We’re kicking off a new part of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic blog that will provide free resources for those who are interested in learning Irish. Maybe you are looking just for specific translations like how to say the days of … Continue reading
People contact us every day about Irish language curiosities, travel questions, and about Irish culture. Here’s a selection of questions we’ve received in the past few weeks. The answers might lead you to learn something new.
Time flies, and there’s not all that much time left in 2016. That can be a good thing. A challenge for you! The challenge is to find any type of Irish Gaelic teaching within travelling distance of you.
Our mission is to make the Irish language part of your every day life. Jerry Seinfeld once shared a great technique to do something every day.