The Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast was a free discussion show for Irish language learners around the world (in English). There, you can listen to all past episodes.
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Although Irish is the national and first official language of the Republic of Ireland, that doesn’t mean it’s widely used around the country. The truth is that the Irish language is used by a large minority (with some ability to use … Continue reading
One of the most important steps toward learning Irish Gaelic is immersing yourself in the language. We’re always recommending this to our students, as often as we can. Immersing yourself in the Irish language can be done with the help … Continue reading
Dublin is one of the most visited places in Ireland. Tourists from all over the World choose the city as their main Irish destination and they will often use it as a “home base” while visiting other beautiful areas from … Continue reading
There are different paths one may take when starting to learn a new language. For some, the language itself will spark some sort of curiosity in the back of their brains and they’ll simply pick up a book, or an … Continue reading
Want to learn a ‘bitesize’ portion of Irish history? You came to the right place. This podcast episode is focused on Medieval Ireland and how the Irish language was transformed during Ireland’s turbulent times.
Recent studies are displaying a drop in the ranks of Irish speaking individuals around the World. While the use of Irish Gaelic is declining, we can’t say for sure by how much the numbers of Irish speakers are declining. Why? … Continue reading
The best way to test your Irish language level would be to practice it live with locals, in Ireland. Now, if you’re planning a trip to Ireland any time soon and you want to use Irish Gaelic with local people, … Continue reading
Everyone has a different approach to learning something new. Some people try to learn a little bit every day, others prefer to give themselves more free time for some focused study. Both methods work when applied to learning the Irish … Continue reading
From time to time, we had special episodes on the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast. When we didn’t talk about the Irish language we interviewed people with interesting Irish stories, but in other times, we would bring you a piece of … Continue reading
Some languages are easier to learn than others, but at the same time, some languages are (arguably) more beautiful than others. There is a certain balance between these two qualities for those who may want to learn them. If you … Continue reading